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战国时期

English translation: the Warring States Period

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Chinese term or phrase:战国时期
English translation:the Warring States Period
Entered by: Weiping Tang
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03:54 Dec 18, 2005
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Chinese term or phrase: 战国时期
战国时期,据《六韬•龙韬•王翼》载,将帅设幕僚机构,“有股肱羽翼七十二人”
Weiping Tang
China
Local time: 11:10
the Warring States Period
Explanation:
(during)the Warring States Period
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Local time: 00:10
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4 +7the Warring States Period
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the Warring States Period


Explanation:
(during)the Warring States Period


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