Andong


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Andong

(ˈænˈdʊŋ)
n
(Placename) another name for Dandong Former spelling Tan-tung
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I recently returned to Andong, North Gyeongsang Province, where I did six weeks of basic military training in early 1974.
Ten were offered monetary compensation, and 10 were offered relocation to Andong village, while the remaining 10 were offered nothing, but have remained part of the negotiation process.
Majeed Andong of Kabalikat Civicom, a non-government radio communications group, said that at 11 p.
The study looks closely at Andong, his home town, where the new religion blossomed without much conflict or confrontation.
An update outlining the structure, activities and products will be outlined in a key presentation," Senegalese Ambassador Mafoudhi Andong said.
The diocese has no future unless it accompanies farmers in their crisis, Bishop John Chrisostom Kwon Hyok-ju of Andong wrote in a pastoral letter last month.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 73rd birthday Wednesday in Andong, known as the birthplace of Korean Confucianism, in South Korea's North Kyongsang Province.
On the third day of her state visit she flew 200 miles south from the capital Seoul to the remote farming region of Andong for the celebrations.
On the third day of her state visit, the Queen flew 200 miles from the South Korean capital Seoul to the remote farming region of Andong.
Most of the families have since accepted compensation or relocated, but some families claim the relocation site, in Andong village on the outskirts of the city, is too remote and the compensation offered too low.
Contract awarded for Andong girls high school air conditioning facility improvement machinery equipment construction
The Queen, first state head to visit Andong, 200 miles south of the capital Seoul, also drank a rice wine toast with five locals who share her birthday.