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Chang

(tʃæŋ)
n
(Placename) another name for the Yangtze
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Noun1.Chang - the longest river of AsiaChang - the longest river of Asia; flows eastward from Tibet into the East China Sea near Shanghai
Cathay, China, Communist China, mainland China, People's Republic of China, PRC, Red China - a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world
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Science Bowl lets you follow your own passions," said Chang.
Flanked by his wife, Chang held a news conference at the Presidential Office where he announced he had handed his resignation to Lee and apologized for the pain he had caused his family and friends.
Since graduating from the University of California at San Diego in 1994, Patty Chang has been a regular on New York's performance circuit, plying her distinctive brand of '60s-style body art meets '90s riot-grrrl feminism in such venues as P.
The following is the story of one such claimant, Chang Zhen, which I recount not because it is extraordinary but because it is typical.
Chang, who collaborated with Shih on the yet-unpublished work.
Ascot Chang, the Hong Kong based shirt maker, will be relocating next fall from its present address at 7 West 57th Street to a brand new 4,800 s/f flagship at 110 Central Park South, the luxury residential condominium at the foot of Central Park.
While he's no Olympic athlete, actor Phillippe Chang comes to SwordPlay to practice his stage combat.
Such proteins, which would quickly kill any cell that made them, could be attached to monoclonal antibodies that could then seek out and kill cancer cells, Chang says.
Timmy Chang's day, the one that could have vaulted the Hawaii quarterback into instant contention for the Heisman Trophy, ended in ignominy, with Chang being sacked in his end zone by rarely used USC defensive tackle Travis Tofi.
Paul Chang, secretary treasurer of Glorious Sun (New York), is exploring more opportunities, and was an unsuccessful bidder for 750 Seventh Avenue, which ultimately went to Morgan Stanley as a buyer-user.
In the opinion of James Chang of Sandia, a leading researcher in the development of photonics, such a new technology needs a niche, an application where the standard technology just can't cut it, in order to show what it can do and to begin to compete with the entrenched technology.
It's got to be done in first-class fashion,'' Chang said.