from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Qinghai.
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The third-deadliest earthquake was in Tsinghai, China, May 1927, 200,000 people were killed in a 7.9 - magnitude quake.
At Tsinghai they were closely beleaguered for some time to come.
Sankolinsin, and the invaders retired to their fortified camp at Tsinghai and sent to Tien Wang for succor.
They seem to have been quite exhausted by their efforts, and after one reverse in the open field they retired to their fortified camp at Tsinghai, and sent messengers to Tien Wang for succor.
In their rear the levies of Hoonan, of the vast district that had suffered from their exactions, were closing up, and soon they were closely beleaguered in a hastily-fortified camp at Tsinghai.