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  • noun A city in Anhui province, China.

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Examples

  • Associated Press A Chinese police officer flies into his comrades' arms in a team-building exercise in Huainan, south of Beijing, on Monday.

    Arab Outcry, Big Speech, Investing Coup

  • According to the Book of the Prince of Huainan, this cornucopia was made possible by the wisdom of the Three Emperors, who—according to myth—ruled 5,000 years ago at the dawn of Chinese civilization.17 They were depicted as masters of restraint:

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • According to the Book of the Prince of Huainan, this cornucopia was made possible by the wisdom of the Three Emperors, who—according to myth—ruled 5,000 years ago at the dawn of Chinese civilization.17 They were depicted as masters of restraint:

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • As noted in earlier chapters, this was true two thousand years ago of Liu An, the Taoist naturalist who is thought to have compiled the Book of the Prince of Huainan.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • According to the Book of the Prince of Huainan, this cornucopia was made possible by the wisdom of the Three Emperors, who—according to myth—ruled 5,000 years ago at the dawn of Chinese civilization.17 They were depicted as masters of restraint:

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • As noted in earlier chapters, this was true two thousand years ago of Liu An, the Taoist naturalist who is thought to have compiled the Book of the Prince of Huainan.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • As noted in earlier chapters, this was true two thousand years ago of Liu An, the Taoist naturalist who is thought to have compiled the Book of the Prince of Huainan.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • The final choice, 谷歌 (goo-guh, song of the grain), appeared to Google's Asia Pacific Chief Marketing Officer, Wang Huainan, late in 2005.

    Boing Boing: April 9, 2006 - April 15, 2006 Archives

  • Death of Liu An, prince of Huainan who directed the compilation of a compendium, the Huainanzi, primarily of Daoist philosophical interest.

    201 B.C.E

  • Huainan, a coal-mining city in China, hopes to catch the world's attention with an Olympic Park filled with bizarre-shaped buildings.

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