Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to Indo-China, the southeastern peninsula of Asia, or to its people or their languages.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to Indo-China (i. e., Farther India, or India beyond the Ganges).
- adj. Of or pert. to the Mongoloid races of India, esp. Farther India, or designating, or of, their languages.
“Via Kevin Stewart: An Indo-Chinese tiger has been photographed (not shown on site) along the China-Myanmar border by Chinese researchers.”
“But in the official history of the Lost Generation, the Paris of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, these "Indo-Chinese" cooks were just a minor footnote.”
“Russia enters the Iranian energy market and deflects the Iranian energy towards the Indo-Chinese area in order to keep it away from the global markets.”
“That, perhaps, explains the Chinese policy of keeping the Indo-Chinese border on the boil even after China resolved its land border disputes with 12 of its neighbours, including Russia, North Korea and Vietnam despite brief skirmishes with each.”
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“Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India 18 January 2008 (The Statesman) - “If Indo-Chinese relations improve, it is good for the Tibetan cause,” the Dalai Lama, who heads the Tibetan government in exile, told a gathering at the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad, today.”
“We have tons of Indo-Chinese places in NJ, a few are a lot nicer than Nan King (like Mings in Morristown), but still, perhaps the most unhealthy restaurant fare available.”
“We looked at their success in luring investments, their most popular Google searches and at state of Indo-Chinese relations.”
“Interestingly enough, when Nehru lost the Indo-Chinese war, it was Menon who took the rap, and Nehru got off scot-free.”
“Currently, four subspecies in the countrythe Northeast China tiger, the South China tiger, the Indo-Chinese tiger, and the Bengal tigerhave wild populations below 50 individuals.”
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