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chapter 31

sphere of influence An area or country that us politically and economically dominated by, though not directly governed by, another country
abdicate To surrender ones office, throne, or authority
warlord A local leader with a military following
light industry The production of small consumer goods such as clothing and appliances
Martial law The law administered during a period of strict military control
Double cropping In farming growing more than one crop a year on the same land
Theocrat Someone who claims to rule by religious or divine authority
Autonomous region A political unit with limited self government
Ideogram In written language , character or symbol that represents an idea or thing
Atheism The belief that god does not exist
Acupuncture The ancient Chinese practice of interesting fine needles at specific body points to cure disease or to ease pain
Buffer A protective zone between two countries
Provisional government A temporary government pending permanent arrangements
Exodus A mass migration from a region
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