American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The first Chinese dynasty (traditionally dated 2205?-1766? B.C.). No historical documents or archaeological evidence has been found to corroborate the legends about this dynasty.
- Chinese (Mandarin) Xià, ancient name for China. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The organization Freedom Now says Liu Xia is not being allowed to leave her Beijing apartment, and friends and media are being kept from entering.”
“Lin Xia has lived in Prato for 20 years and has built a small business empire.”
“His wife Liu Xia is under house arrest but has invited more than 140 other people – including dissidents and celebrities – to attend the event in Norway on his behalf.”
“What you are doing is bringing shame on the name of Xia.”
“The last ruler of the Xia was the evil Jie, who was deposed by Tang, who founded the SHANG dynasty (17661122).”
“Eu Yan Sang herbs known as Xia Ku Cao is quite funny if not alarming.”
“Reverend Judy Tatum (aka Xia) is a self-proclaimed”
“It was known to the west as a "Xia" class SSBN, and his intelligence people disagreed on the sub's actual name, but "406" was the number painted on its sail, and that was how he thought of it.”
“It was developed for use on the 'Xia' class nuclear submarine, and is believed to have been based upon technology taken from the”
“It is known that at least two 'Xia' class submarines were built, only one of which remains.”
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