Definitions

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

  • A city of northern China east-northeast of Beijing. It is a commercial center. Population: 605,000.

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Examples

  • The brothe r of dissident Liu Xiaobo said that as of Saturday night, authorities had arranged a meeting for Sunday in Jinzhou, the northeastern city where Liu is imprisoned.

    World Watch

  • He was worried that the concubines might harm his son, so he sent him away to boarding school in Jinzhou, which is how my mother met him, when she was seven and he was twelve.

    Wild Swans

  • Major successful appraisals came from multiple discoveries from first half of this year, namely Jinzhou 20-2N and Shijiutuo Uplift area, with the latter becoming the Company's new reserve growth area.

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  • In mid-October minor seepage was still being reported at Bohai Bay's Jinzhou 9-3 West oil field, where one of Cnooc's subsidiaries is the operator, following leaks earlier this year at a Bohai Bay platform owned by Cnooc and operated by ConocoPhillips .

    Cnooc Taps Li Fanrong as CEO

  • I think about the weight of those words—how they are silenced by the weight of stone, by the weight of 11 years in a Jinzhou prison cell, weight of compressed dark stone in angled 8 by 10.

    For Liu Xiabo (in his voice)

  • It's Liu Xiaobo's fault, he sits in Jinzhou Prison making controversy, his Nobel prize a lamp that keeps China from sleep.

    On China not buying salmon from Norway

  • It's Liu Xiaobo's fault, he sits in Jinzhou Prison, writing poems on toilet paper with some charcoal he's procured.

    On China not buying salmon from Norway

  • It's Liu Xiaobo, he sits in Jinzhou Prison, blame him.

    On China not buying salmon from Norway

  • Liu is serving his 11-year sentence at Jinzhou prison in Liaoning, hundreds of miles from his home and from his wife, Liu Xia, in Beijing.

    China's Liu Xiaobo wins Nobel Peace Prize

  • Liu is serving his 11-year sentence at Jinzhou prison in Liaoning, hundreds of miles from his home and wife, Liu Xia, in Beijing.

    China's Liu Xiaobo wins Nobel Peace Prize

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