American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast China on the Bo Hai east of Beijing. It was formerly a treaty port. Population: 521,000.
“Japan's Aye Miyama, right, battles for the ball with Heather O'Reilly of the U.S. at the second round soccer match in Qinhuangdao, China, Saturday.”
“USA's Shannon Boxx, right, battles for the ball with Norway's Trine Roenning during their Olympic Group G match in Qinhuangdao.”
“Tesco ' s China strategy includes pushing into second- and third-tier cities, such as Qinhuangdao and Fushun, by opening supermarkets in shopping malls.”
“Here, visitors looked at Jiaolong's model at an exhibition in Qinhuangdao, China, on July 22.”
“The USA plays Japan on Saturday, again in Qinhuangdao, before traveling east to Shenyang to face New Zealand on Tuesday.”
“Quarterfinal match 2, Qinhuangdao Olympic Sports Centre Stadium, 9 p. m.-midnight”
“Quarterfinal match 1, Qinhuangdao Olympic Sports Centre Stadium, 9 p. m.-midnight”
“The USA next faces Japan, which upset China 2-0 in another quarterfinal in Qinhuangdao, and will play the rest of the Games in Beijing.”
“Municipal planners have adopted his designs at Qiaoyuan Park in Tianjin, Tiazhou in Zhejiang, Qinhuangdao in Hebei, and Zongshan in Guangdong.”
“Norway vs. USA, Qinhuangdao Olympic Sports Centre Stadium, 5-7: 45p. m.”
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