American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An island of South Korea separated from the southwest coast of the mainland by Cheju Strait, a channel linking the Yellow Sea and Korea Strait.
“Right now a test is under way in Cheju, South Korea to develop the first 4G Wireless Network and [...]”
“Right now a test is under way in Cheju, South Korea to develop the first 4G Wireless Network and the Cheju Wireless Network has been written up by the New York Times.”
“Korean Bishop Peter Kang U-il of Cheju suggested providing concrete examples of "living the Eucharist in Asia.”
“Mean temperatures on Cheju range from 2. 5° in January to 25°Celcius (C) in July, with an annual mean of about 14°C.”
“Today Cheju supports roe deer, weasels, and various rodents that are commensal, or tolerant, of humans, including hamsters, field mice, house rats, and two bat species.”
“About 40 men, all South Korean veterans of the Vietnam War, massed at the KAL Hotel on the island of Cheju in February to ambush a crusading graduate student who calls them "madmen and barbarians.”
“Last year Zhang joined a tour group to visit the site of his old POW camp on Cheju.”
“Yang, who is 73 and was a farmer, walks in a chilly drizzle to the spot where her brother is buried in a shallow mass grave -- the largest yet discovered on Cheju -- located at the eastern edge of the international airport.”
“Cheju got caught in the vise of cold-war paranoia.”
“Rhee's machinations triggering several localized uprisings -- the largest on Cheju.”
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