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

  • See Zhenjiang.

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Examples

  • COOK NOTES: Chenkung rice vinegar, also known as Chinkiang, Chekiang or Chen-jung, is a well-aged black Chinese vinegar that is distinctively mellow in flavor.

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  • About 2 tablespoons Chinkiang vinegar or apple-cider vinegar

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  • We recommend having them with the Chinkiang vinegar and a few droplets of the chili oil from the fixin's bar. fig. c: the menu

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  • The following summer, Miss Robinson, of Chinkiang, visited the doctors in their new quarters.

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  • I remember with feelings of pleasure the following incident which occurred at Chinkiang.

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  • In the estuary, and as far up as Chinkiang, sea-going papicoes from

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  • Central and Southern provinces to their Manchu rulers in the north, every Manchu, owing to the bare fact that he is of the ruling race, being entitled from his birth to a monthly allowance of rice and silver, and as the canal crosses the Yangtse at Chinkiang many deep-draught grain junks may be seen arriving there with cargoes from various places on the river.

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  • During a severe winter at Chinkiang, word was brought in by natives that some children had been carried off by "dog-headed tigers," which monsters, after making lengthy inquiries, we assumed to be wolves.

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  • In the winter of 1889 I was invited by a friend to join him in his house-boat a few miles below Chinkiang, when we could shoot together next day and then have Christmas dinner on board.

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  • Neither letters nor papers enlivened la morte saison until the I.G. conceived the idea of arranging a service of overland couriers from Chinkiang, a port on the Yangtsze, to Peking.

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