American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Michigan on Lake Huron at the mouth of the St. Clair River north-northeast of Detroit. First settled as a French fort in 1686, it grew as a lumbering town in the 19th century and is now a port of entry with diversified industries. Population: 31,300.
“Changming Yuan grew up in rural China, authored several books before moving to Canada, and currently teaches writing in Vancouver.”
“Â Changming, the emperor, leas down to confront Iron Fist for his temerity, and his strike marks him for what he truly is: the actual first Iron Fist.”
“Annual vehicle sales could reach 30 million by 2020, according to Xu Changming, research director at the State Information Center.”
“There has been no clear official response from China on this, other than the assertion on Jan. 21 last year by Chinese Ministry of National Defense spokesman Colonel Hu Changming (胡昌明) that the timing of any redeployment was contingent on how the situation develops.”
“Xu Changming, a research director at China's State Information Center, said last week demand may rise about 17 percent to 16 million vehicles, down from 46 percent last year.”
“The real competition does not lie within, but without," says He Changming, chairman at China's biggest copper producer, Jiangxi Copper Co.”
“Â When Danny asks why he would turn on his people, Changming snarls, I was the servent of the corrupt empire of K’un Lun, just like you.”
“By: Smith, Pete; Changming Fang; Dawson, J.lian J. C.; Moncrieff, J.hn B..”
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