American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast China near the Great Wall northwest of Beijing. It was a commercial and military center under the Ming and Manchu dynasties. Population: 681,000.
“Zhang Minghai, director of Zhangjiakou city's Traffic Management Bureau general office, said in a telephone interview he didn't expect the situation to return to normal until around Sept. 17 when road construction is scheduled to be finished and traffic lanes will open up.”
“Xinhua News Agency says 17 other people were injured in the crash early Sunday near Zhangjiakou, a city northwest of Beijing.”
“The accident occurred near Zhangjiakou city in Hebei province, Xinhua news agency said.”
“On Sunday, the eighth day of the near-standstill, trucks moved just over a kilometer (less than a mile) on the worst section, said Zhang Minghai, a traffic director in Zhangjiakou, a city about 150 kilometers (90 miles) northwest of Beijing.”
“Zhang Minghai, director of Zhangjiakou city's Traffic Management Bureau general office.”
“Zhangjiakou city's Traffic Management Bureau general office.”
“Already, a significant amount of coal transport has shifted from China's overburdened rail lines to its crowded roads, with coal-laden trucks blamed for snarling roads, as with a two-week-long traffic jam that clogged the national highway between Beijing and Zhangjiakou this summer.”
“A power plant in Zhangjiakou, northeast China's Hebei province.”
“A power plant in Zhangjiakou, innortheast China's Hebei province.”
“A man who answered the phone at the government's religious affairs bureau in Zhangjiakou, the municipality overseeing Xiwanzi, said he had no information about the bishop's death.”
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