from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A province of northeast China bordering on the Bo Hai. One of the earliest regions of Chinese settlement, Hebei has many prehistoric sites. Shijiazhuang is the capital. Population: 66,600,000.
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- proper n. A northern province of the People's Republic of China.
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- n. a populous province in northeastern China
In Anping County in Hebei Province, for example, the local government cut off power to hospitals and streetlights in an attempt to meet its energy saving targets.
The four men, employees of Tokyo-based Fujita construction company, had been detained outside of Shijiazhuang city, in Hebei Province, for the last week.
Similar abuses have been reported in Hebei and Shandong provinces and in the Guangxi region.
The official People's Daily said on June 8 that 108 Falungong followers in Hebei province had been arrested for spreading rumours that hindered the Government's bid to control Sars, but did not state how those rumours were spread.
The official People’s Daily said on June 8 that 108 Falungong followers in Hebei province had been arrested for spreading rumours that hindered the Government’s bid to control Sars, but did not state how those rumours were spread.
A Chinese martial artist and actor was born in Hebei.
Hebei, which is adjacent to HKC's Danjinghe windfarm.
About half a dozen bishops in provinces such as Hebei and Shaanxi have been ordained in this fashion.
Big industrial regions such as Hebei province launched punishing campaigns in the second half of 2010 to fulfill their local targets, and hundreds of steel mills, aluminum plants and other big energy guzzlers were forced to close.
Other major winter wheat-growing provinces such as Hebei, Shaanxi and Shanxi were also reporting vast areas impacted by drought.
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