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Noun1.Temujin - Mongolian emperor whose empire stretched from the Black Sea to the Pacific Ocean (1162-1227)Temujin - Mongolian emperor whose empire stretched from the Black Sea to the Pacific Ocean (1162-1227)
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The Dansili colt edged out the improving Temujin on his handicap bow at Lingfield and is open to progress on Turf.
1162 with the name Temujin, in the northeastern region of present-day Mongolia.
The greatest Khan, Temujin, was crowned Genghis Khan, Ruler of the Universe, in 1206.
The recently purchased Nametab Temujin had a slight lead approaching the first bend but didn't make it round and was caught up in crowding, leaving the well positioned Grangeview Ten to slip through to the lead on the bend.
Temujin, Borta and Jamukha are the central characters in the legend and each one sheds a new light on the tale of love and betrayal.
To what did Temujin, founder of the Mongol empire, change his name?
Stallholders included regular favourites Love Bread, Temujin and Luddenden Valley Wines plus new additions such as Gintopia, Linley Hog Roast and The Candied Peel Cake Co.
I was born in the 12th Century with the name Temujin. When I died my empire stretched from the Yellow Sea to the Caspian Sea.
Directed by Hasi Chaolu from China's Mongol ethnic minority group, and produced by French director Jean-Jacques Annaud the film follows the story of Temujin, who was born in 1162 to a tribal leader's family on the northern prairie of Northeast Asia and how he became Genghis Khan - founder of the Mongol Empire in 1206, Montsame news agency reports.
The shy boy in Genghis Khan (1965) Playing the role of Temujin who is innately an introverted person, El Sherif manages to become a fearless leader through his character Temujin -- Genghis Khan who manages to unite Mongol tribes and surmounts the Middle East, Europe and Asia.
Obviously, it does not fully conform to the aspirations of the new generation of political and social elites of Mongolia who see themselves as the successors of Temujin.