American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of east-central China on the Chang Jiang (Yangtze River). It is the industrial and commercial center of central China. Population: 4,480,000.
- n. a city of central China on the Chang Jiang; the commercial and industrial center of central China
“WUHAN: Wuhan, a city perched in the middle reaches of the Yangtze, China's longest waterway, is building a waterborne passenger transport system to ease road traffic congestion ....”
“WUHAN: The 13th World Lake Conference was kicked off Sunday in Wuhan, a city at the confluence of the Yangtze River and its tributary Hanjiang River in central China's Hubei climate change and pledged contribution to the international cooperation in this Pacific leaders backed away on Saturday from supporting a global halving of greenhouse Brazil pledged deep cuts of its own ...”
“In the Hubei Provincial Museum in Wuhan, China, there is artwork dating back to the Zhou dynasty (700 BC - 300 BC) of deer and other animals.”
“It can double the yield, determine flowering time and plant height, said Zhang Qifa of the Huazhong Agricultural University in Wuhan province in China.”
“A boy eats his lunch after a weight-loss summer camp in Wuhan, central China's province.”
“Special toilet guide has become a new profession in Wuhan The city has reportedly hired at least 10 such toilet guides.”
“To handle rampant growth, she just opened a 10-person studio and office in Wuhan, China.”
“On top of that, July and August were also extremely busy: at the day job I was preparing important new training sessions (the credit crisis hasn't hit there, yet: rather the contrary) while I also witnessed the August 1 solar eclipse in Wuhan (China), attended Anticipation (the Montréal WorldCon) and HAR (Hacking at Random: a hacker's conference in my home country).”
“New Zealand begins Group D action against Brazil on Sept 12 in Wuhan, China.”
“I found him there and we walked into a dark side path to discuss the complexities of the Catholic community in Wuhan.”
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