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“Though legal experts agreed she is likely to be charged, some in Xing-Dao Daily, a Hong Kong newspaper, argued,”
“Driven by ambition, yet unable to navigate academic politics, Liu Xing is inexorably pushed to the margins of American life, until he loses his way.”
“The man, named Xin Xing, invited him to serve as a greeter for 10 days, and his extraordinary presence at the door quickly attracted attention from the press.”
“The Chinese photographer Danwen Xing is represented by four ethereally beautiful large-scale pieces depicting waste from high technology industry, such as computer boards and earpieces from headsets.”
“A Web-user views the global networking site called Xing in Stockholm, November 20,”
“Its competitors are all keeping quiet but Xing, which is a relative newcomer to the social networking scene, has revealed how it has done so far this year.”
“Xing", when found as a road sign, also stands for a crossing.”
“First, "Xing" is a word that just seems all wrong and out of place yet sticks out a lot as well.”
“The company said the online professional network market was rapidly evolving, and it was competing with smaller international rivals such as Xing in Germany and Viadeo in France.”
“It's also trying to ward off competition from similar services overseas, such as Xing in Germany and Viadeo in”
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