American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast China southwest of Beijing. It is a coal-mining and steel-manufacturing center. Population: 1,900,000.
- n. a branch of the Tai languages
- n. an ancient city in northeastern China noted for coal mining and steel production
“Reuters REFLECTING: A worker jumped over a puddle near a residential construction site in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, China, Tuesday.”
“and third-tier cities such as Taiyuan, Shenyang and Dalian.”
“Zhan Yan/Xinhua/Zuma Press A cook made Yuan Xiao, traditional food served for the Lantern Festival, made from glutinous rice flour and sweet stuffing, at a shop in Taiyuan, north China's Shanxi province.”
“China Daily/Reuters Ni Linmei, right, stood on a chair as her neighbors combed her hair in Taiyuan, China's Shanxi province.”
“Doris Kwan , a Hong Kong consultant, bought a pink-diamond necklace in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, in China.”
“AFP/Getty Images Visitors looked at a group of portraits of politicians on display at the Jin Businessmen Collection exhibition in Taiyuan, northern China's Shanxin province, on Wednesday.”
“Zuma Press BOOTLEG BOOTY: A worker dealt with counterfeit DVDs during a campaign against piracy in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China.”
“ChinaFotoPress/Zumapress.com Candidates entered a test center for the National Civil Service Exam on Sunday in Taiyuan, Shanxi province of China.”
“In Shanghai, railway part builders were higher on hopes of government funding to improve railway infrastructure, with Taiyuan Heavy Industry up 7.0% and Jiangxi Axle 4.2% higher.”
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