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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of eastern China on the Grand Canal west-northwest of Shanghai. It is an industrial center in an agricultural region. Population: 827,000.

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  • proper n. A prefecture-level city in Jiangsu province, China.

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Examples

  • Mo Xiaoxin, a professor at Jiangsu Teachers University of Technology in Changzhou, China, stripped naked during a class on "body art" to "challenge taboos," according to the Beijing News.

    Boing Boing: September 24, 2006 - September 30, 2006 Archives

  • The owner of the factory, known as Changzhou SPL-which supplies much of the active ingredient in Baxter's Heparin-claims its supply chain is safe, it buys raw material from only two reputable wholesalers, and audits their 10 to 12 suppliers.

    NewsInferno

  • The judges, identified as Changzhou District Presiding Judge Liao Kedong and Judge Wu

    The Seattle Times

  • More significant, Nissan and Dongfeng plan to build a new assembly plant in Changzhou in eastern China's Jiangsu province to produce 240,000 micro minivans a year by 2015.

    Nissan Sets China Expansion Plan

  • Also arriving were tenants like the trade-development office of Changzhou, a Chinese city that uses Pudong "like a bridge" to engage foreign investors, says its director Thomas Zhang .

    Shanghai's Pudong, Once Soulless, Rises Up

  • The sites are located in Nanjing, Changzhou, Wuxi, and Zhengzhou.

    China Resources Land Net Profit Rises 4%

  • Agence France-Presse Haier washing machines on display at a home appliance store in Changzhou city Average housing prices in 100 major cities in China fell 0.25% in December compared with November, according to data released on Wednesday by data provider China Real Estate Index System, as the central government continues its campaign to keep housing affordable.

    China's Property Malaise Ripples Wider

  • In Changzhou, Jiangsu Global Digital Cultural Theme Park Co. has opened a park called Global Animation Joyland, which bloggers have called attention to because it includes a section that appears to be based on Activision Blizzard Inc.'s World of Warcraft massive multiplayer online game.

    Made in China: Fake Stores

  • A person answering the phone at the Jiangsu Pangu Cement Group in Changzhou said production had been impacted by the "open nine, close five" policy set by the city government.

    China's Energy Goals Prompt Scramble

  • In Changzhou, a city of several million people in the wealthy coastal province of Jiangsu near Shanghai, the local government issued a strict rotation of rolling blackouts for thousands of factories that required them to shut down five days for every nine they operate.

    China's Energy Goals Prompt Scramble

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