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Zhou

or Chou or Chow  (jō)
A Chinese dynasty (traditionally dated 1122-221 bc) characterized by great intellectual achievements, including the rise of Confucianism and Taoism and the writing of the oldest known Chinese literature.

[Mandarin Zhōu, from Middle Chinese tʂiw.]

Zhou

(dʒəʊ)
n
(Historical Terms) the Pinyin transliteration of the Chinese name for Chou

Chou

or Zhou

(dʒoʊ)

n.
a dynasty in China, 1122?–256? b.c., marked by the emergence of Confucianism and Taoism.
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Noun1.Zhou - the imperial dynasty of China from 1122 to 221 BC; notable for the rise of Confucianism and Taoism
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'Chimi Farm Hanoi is a branch of Chimi Farm Moc Chau, which was established to promote Chimi Farm's strawberries, making the fruit more accessible to consumers in Hanoi and neighbouring provinces,' Phuong said.
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Mindful of the negative outcomes from forced contact, the Indian government has yet to decide their next step in the aftermath of Chau's death.
An anthropologist involved in the case said authorities had concluded that for now it was impossible to retrieve the remains of Chau without provoking further conflict with the Sentinelese, the small tribe who populate North Sentinel Island.
According to reports, the night before Chau returned for the last time to the Island, he was scared that his death might be imminent.
The fishermen told police that they saw Chau's body being dragged across a beach and buried in the sand.
Seven fishermen have been arrested for illegally ferrying Mr Chau to the island.