Definitions

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  • n. part of the Pacific off the east coast of Asia

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Examples

  • "Chinese people feel very proud" of the space program, says Huang Hai, a professor at the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

    China Aims to Display Prowess With Spacewalk

  • A perfect storm is brewing in and around the Yellow Sea (Huang Hai in Chinese), an arm of the Pacific Ocean between mainland China and the Korean Peninsula.

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  • “In our establishment,” he readily suggested, “we have a lot of timber of some kind or other called Ch’iang wood, which comes from the T’ieh Wang Mount, in Huang Hai; and which made into coffins will not rot, not for ten thousand years.

    Hung Lou Meng

  • P'an came to pay his visit of condolence, and perceiving that Chia Chen was in quest of a good coffin: "In our establishment," he readily suggested, "we have a lot of timber of some kind or other called Ch'iang wood, which comes from the T'ieh Wang Mount, in Huang Hai; and which made into coffins will not rot, not for ten thousand years.

    Hung Lou Meng, Book I Or, the Dream of the Red Chamber, a Chinese Novel in Two Books

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