from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • See Pusan.


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  • Strong upon me is the vision of those seven ageing men on the cliffs of Fusan yearning with all their souls across the sea they would never sail again.

    Chapter 15

  • The other half of the provincial priesthood was his, with, in addition, all the priesthood of the great cities such as Keijo, Fusan, Songdo, Pyen-Yang, Chenampo, and

    Chapter 15

  • It was a spring morning on the cliffs of Fusan, hard by the highway, that the

    Chapter 15

  • Years came and went, and the seven cunies and myself and the Lady Om, passing through middle life into old age, more and more directed our footsteps to Fusan.

    Chapter 15

  • In my time I heard the echoes of the two invasions, a generation before, driven by Hideyoshi through the heart of Cho-Sen from Fusan in the south to as far north as Pyeng -

    Chapter 15

  • In 1947, Anthony was attached to the 32nd Destroyer Division and conducted Special Forces combat operations from Fusan, Korea, to the Manchurian border, aboard the USS Buckley, DD808.

    In Honor of Anthony and Mary Guarisco (A Son's Tribute to his parents' many accomplishments in life)

  • See his excellent article, "Jindai chuqi beibu Taiwan de shangye maoyi yu yuanzhumin" 近代初期北部臺灣的商業貿易與原住民, in Ang Kaim and Huang Fusan, eds.,

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • In Taiwan shangye chuantong lunwenji 臺灣商業傳統論文集, edited by Ang Kaim and Huang Fusan, 45 – 80.

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • From there, he had to sail the sea around the Korean peninsula in order to go from Fusan to Chemulpo.


  • At Fusan he caught a little one-hundred-twenty-ton steamer loaded with Koreans and Japanese.

    Jack London: A War Correspondent


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