“The author is Lake and the illustrator is Wu, so the book looks like a fat picture postcard and it's called * Greetings from Lake Wu*.”
“One of the later Chinese histories says of Wu: "Part of the king's family escaped and founded the kingdom of Wo" (the ancient name for the Japanese race): the temptation to connect this word with _Wu_ is obvious; but etymology will not tolerate such an identification, either from a Chinese or a Japanese point of view; the etymological "values" are _Ua_ and Gu respectively.”
“Government censors banned the book, but society now widely uses the term Wu coined to describe the way things really work in China.”
“He heard the name Wu Xiaoling, it seemed to be ringing in his mind, like church bells.”
“And we had developed our style of hip-hop and our style of slang, which we coined the Wu-Tang Slang.”
“The designer, Jason Wu, is a young New York designer whom Mrs. Obama has worn before.”
“The main reason Republicans like their chances in the Fifth — and to a lesser degree in the neighboring First District, where incumbent Democratic Rep. David Wu is running for a seventh term — is Chris Dudley.”
“Wu is a superstar in the telecommunications world.”
“Yan Wu is an associate professor of Beijing Normal University.”
“To the north, in a district that includes Portland suburbs, six-term Democratic Rep. David Wu is under pressure from GOP sports consultant Rob Cornilles.”
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