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

  • See Guiyang.

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  • And in a panel of graphs for the eight regions (CLIC 238-39) he demonstrates that the distributions conform remarkably well to this prediction, with a few interesting outliers (Canton, Kweiyang, Middle and Upper Yangtze regions).

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  • The man who had become sick in Kweiyang, now he said he felt strong.

    The Kitchen God's wife

  • Wen Fu knew a saying about Kweiyang, something like this: "The sky doesn't last three good days, the land isn't level for even three inches."

    The Kitchen God's wife

  • I remember when we finally arrived in a bigger city, Kweiyang.

    The Kitchen God's wife

  • We no longer complained about our conditions in Kweiyang, not even in a joking manner.

    The Kitchen God's wife

  • And then we learned what we did not know in Kweiyang, the news about Nanking.

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  • Another man had caught a bad sickness in Kweiyang, not contagious, but he was still very weak.

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  • After we left Kweiyang, we drove higher and higher into the hills, then into the mountains.

    The Kitchen God's wife

  • M. Boell, who left the Secretaryship of the French Legation in Peking to become the special correspondent of Le Temps, was here in 1892 on his way from Kweiyang, in Kweichow, to Tonquin, and a few months later Captain d'Amade, the M.litary Secretary of the French Legation, completed a similar journey from Chungking.

    AN AUSTRALIAN IN CHINA

  • M. Boell, who left the Secretaryship of the French Legation in Peking to become the special correspondent of _Le Temps_, was here in 1892 on his way from Kweiyang, in Kweichow, to Tonquin, and a few months later

    An Australian in China Being the Narrative of a Quiet Journey Across China to Burma

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