American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Chinese family including Charles Jones Soong (died 1927), a Methodist missionary, and his son T.V. Soong (1894-1971), who was premier of the Nationalist government (1944-1947). His sister Soong Ch'ing-ling (1892-1981) married Sun Yat-Sen, and their younger sister Soong Mei-ling (1897-2003) married Chiang Kai-Shek.
“The Augments, now young adults, are causing all manner of trouble and Soong is enlisted by Archer to attempt to bring them under control.”
“She was so upset though about it that finally I weakened and promised her that as long as I bear the name of Soong I shall not dance in CHINA.”
“He analyzes how this deal will benefit both low-cost carriers, with CNBC’s Martin Soong & Sri Jegarajah … Read more …”
“Why Air Asia’s “budget alliance” with Qantas and Jetstar is a stroke of genius – Live on CNBC Asia with Martin Soong”
“To which Hurley responded, Remember, Dr. Soong, that is our property.”
“In doing this, I have hoped to put the reader in a position to understand the woman called Soong May-ling Chiang, how she came to be the way she was, and how she charmed the United States out of billions of dollars.”
“Meanwhile, anti-President Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) campaign leader Shih Ming-teh (施明德) said yesterday that he had called Soong last week to persuade him to place the controversial statute on the agenda.”
“According to the tale, Shih called Soong to ask him to put the stolen asset bill on the agenda:”
“Admiral Soong Chang-Chih, the patron of the Committee, then addressed the crowd and spoke of the horrors of war, and of peace, and that the kind of thing that went on at Kinkaseki should never happen again.”
“The Kinkaseki survivors were the first to lay a wreath, followed by Admiral Soong and the other war veterans.”
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