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- n. Plural form of North Korean.
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Had they taken time to check the boxscore, the whiz kids in the Pentagon would have found that more than seventy Navy and Marine Corps jet aircraft were knocked down by communist gunners. 2 Nobody had told the Chinese or North Koreans they couldn't hit fast-movers, so they had gotten on with the war.
In his history of the fall of Dien Bien Phu, Bernard Fall called attention to the extraordinary toll of French planes shot down by the Vietnamese gunners, repeating the success of the North Koreans against the Americans during the Korean War.
Provision of a nonnuclear energy-production capacity—teaching the North Koreans to fish for themselves—could still be linked to clear, definable steps by Pyongyang toward verifiable denuclearization.
*Previously North Koreans distinguished between “Great Leader” Kim Il-Sung and “Dear Leader” Kim Jong-Il, but both are now referred to as “Great Leader.”
Despite millions of tons of food from foreign donors and international organizations, as many North Koreans have died of starvation and starvation-related diseases since 1995—2 million—as North and South Koreans died in the war.
Videotapes of South Korean soap operas have since become so popular that North Korean state television has warned North Koreans not to adopt South Korean hairstyles.