American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A province of southwest China. It passed under Chinese suzerainty in the 10th century and became a province in the 17th century. Guiyang is the capital. Population: 35,200,000.
- n. a province in southwestern China
- From Mandarin trad. 貴州, simpl. 贵州 (pinyin: Gùizhōu) (Wiktionary)
“The auction will involve three blocks in Guizhou province, one in Chongqing municipality, one in Shanxi province, and one along the border between Anhui and Zhejiang provinces.”
“Two years later, 3,000 of them were stationed in Guizhou (Guilin, Guangxi).”
“His experience with minority rebellions in Guizhou, Yunnan, and Sichuan established his role in the military affairs.”
“Rather, viewing it as a family/clan/tribe issue, she invited the Ans in Guizhou and the Fengs in Sichuan, both her relatives, to intervene.”
“The team studied the languages of Dai, Hani, Va, Lahu, Jingpo, Achang, Lisu, and Nu minzu and they helped create fourteen scripts for ethnic groups,51 just like some Christian missionaries had done in Guizhou and Yunnan.”
“My intelligence sources tell me that they are probably going to put most of all you folks in Guizhou province and Gansu.”
“32When Fei Xiaotong and his team arrived in Guizhou, over thirty ethnic units asked to be recognized as minzu, partially due to the goodwill shown by the CCP. 31 Members of the visiting group in Guizhou would not have complained about the confusion had they known about the ethnic complexity in Yunnan where over 260 ethnic groups applied.”
“And you thought that the Hmong or Miao ethnic minority group is the only one that calls the Guizhou area home.”
“Since 1992, the bureau has successfully bred 16 of the monkeys, also known as Guizhou golden hair monkeys or gray golden hair monkeys, from seven captured in the wild, Xinhua reported.”
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