- n.私黨,小圈子,派系,閥 vi.結黨
- Programme en cinq points pour une grande union nationale du kampuchea contre la clique vietnaminne de le duan;
- The observer might have added that china's dictator because he depended on a narrow clique to preserve his despotism could hardly help but pick his own followers for important jobs.
- Members of an arty-crafty clique.
- A politician who belongs to a small clique that controls a political party for private rather than public ends.
- A clique that seeks power usually through intrigue.
- What the new kuangsi clique took over was the awful mess that an old laurel left over.
- A study of the zhanguo ce clique thought ii.
- A lowest getting stuck commonly to consume in this bar is500 sofa be about3300the most expensive big champagne rooms criterion fully15000 every week3have a clique to be opposite need50yuan on the weekend an entrance ticket a bottle of beer happy force is40yuan zhi china person580yuan send compote and green tea two and good french champagne is as high as a3200 not be very cheap on the price.
- There's always a little clique of older members who are jealous of the young.
- Somebody always dying from their clique.
- Signs of exhaustion are beginning to appear in his finances and economy war-weariness is beginning to set in among his people and troops and within the clique at the helm of the war "war frustrations" are beginning to manifest themselves and pessimism about the prospects of the war is growing.
- Person of the opposition is a reactionary clique the top-quality class enemies are the turmoil members.
- Another problem is that small factions or cliques must never be allowed to take shape in the party.
- Thus the arab umayyad dynasty of caliphs which had moved the capital from medline to damascus in661 came to be regarded with much justification as a parasitic clique that had outlived its usefulness once the conquests were completed.
- Before we crossed the river the chiang kai-shek clique mistook the leniency we extended them for weakness on the part of the people and believed that the river a natural barrier could not be breached staking their lot on it.