Chang

(from the article `Ngland`) Tribal organization varies from the autocratic ngs (chiefs) of the Konyaks and hereditary chieftainships of the Sems and Changs to the democratic ...
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(from the article `Tibet`) Two beverages—tea and barley beer (chang)—are particularly noteworthy. Brick tea from China and local Tibetan tea leaves are boiled in soda water. ...
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Chang

[instrument] The chang (چنگ t͡ʃʰæŋɡ) is a Persian musical instrument similar to harp. It was very popular and used widely during the times of ancient Persia, especially during the Sasanian Dynasty where it was often played in the shahs` court. == History == The chang has appeared in paintings and wall art in Persia since its introd...
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Chang

[Korean surname] Category:New Hampshire media navigational boxes ...
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Chang

[Star Trek] General Chang is a fictional character from the Star Trek fictional universe who was portrayed by Christopher Plummer in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Chang is Chancellor Gorkon`s chief of staff, and subsequently serves Chancellor Azetbur. He is an avid fan of William Shakespeare, whom he frequently quotes, much to the...
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Chang

Chang (chăng) or Yangtze (yăng'sē', yäng'dzŭ') , Mandarin Chang Jiang, longest river of China and of Asia, c.3,880 mi (6,245 km) long, rising in the Tibetan highlands, SW Qinghai prov., W China, and flowing generally E through central China into the East ...
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