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  • Frobisher was unable to spend any more time watching the strange game that seemed to be going on, being fully occupied as soon as he got on board in giving orders to his officers to prepare the ship for proceeding to sea, the signal for which, as Ting had said, was now flying from the signal-yard of the _Ting Yuen_.

    A Chinese Command A Story of Adventure in Eastern Seas

  • Inghua Ting is the designer behind the company who responded to the challenge of producing sustainable designs.

    Lounge Armchair No.325

  • Ting is given income as well as personal property by a villagers who aresimple as well as poor though faithful he will attain He is suggested to find a assistance of a cousin, who lives in a city.

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  • Named one of the 2006 Young Innovators by Technology Review, her work makes her one of the top young chemists in the US: "Alice Ting is a true innovator and is one of the best chemists of her generation," says Timothy Swager, chair of MIT's chemistry department.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Ting is chosen to go after the head and bring it back so that the village’s crops will prosper.

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  • Baidu's new service—called Ting, which means "listen" in Chinese—has social-networking functions such as allowing users to create a profile and see lists of songs other users like, Mr. Kuo said.

    Baidu Tests Licensed-Music Site

  • (Soundbite of music) ALEX CHADWICK, host: The internet has had huge influence on a band called the Ting Tings.

    The Ting Tings: Up from 'Nothing'

  • In front of dozens of TV cameras, the reporter, identified as Ting Wan-ming 丁萬鳴, shouted "President Chen step down!" at the president while waving a placard saying "Depose Chen" after Chen delivered a speech at a ceremony marking the presentation of awards to producers of "products very well made in Taiwan" for the year.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Celestial Empire in Chinese junks, saw a little box containing a magnetized needle, called Ting-nan-Tchen, or "needle which points to the south."

    Ten Great Religions An Essay in Comparative Theology

  • But after prosecutors called Ting to the stand, the doctor testified he and Hoskins never discussed Bonds and drug use.

    The Seattle Times

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