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Chen

also Ch'ên  (chŭn)
A Chinese dynasty that ruled from 557 to 589.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Chen - wild goose having white adult plumageChen - wild goose having white adult plumage
bird genus - a genus of birds
Anser, genus Anser - typical geese
blue goose, Chen caerulescens - North American wild goose having dark plumage in summer but white in winter
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Yee-Chun Chen, * ([dagger]) Ming-Fong Chen, * ([dagger]) Shuen-Zen Liu, ([double dagger]) James C.
As symbols of the change of command, Chen and outgoing commander Col.
13, at Benlevi's direction, Chen offered $1,000 and $500 respectively to a buildings inspector so that Chen could obtain a final Certificate of Occupancy for the building.
These therapies will be in trouble if the tumor is B7-H1 positive," says Chen.
According to Stewart and Chen, the most notable indicators of controlling government were an obvious police presence and a large video in Shanghai's People's Square showing soldiers marching in lockstep, which played as Chinese citizens went about their shopping sprees.
Commerce also concluded that Ta Chen had persistently refused to disclose fully its relationship with San Shing Hardware and Sun Stainless and had impeded the conduct of the administrative reviews.
Chen comes to Needham from Pacific Growth Equities, where she was a consumer growth analyst.
The construction and property NRW, chen office (BLB) in chen created a new laboratory building for the chemical institutes of the RWTH chen University.
Chen's brother, Chen Guangfu, said that he was detained for three days and two nights and was badly beaten during interrogations.
Chen ''may apply to study abroad according to laws with relevant departments through the same channels as other Chinese citizens,'' Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin said in a statement.
And Chen has condensed what was a 20-hour spectacle with elaborate costumes into its essence.
That's young enough that the star could still be forming planets and asteroids but old enough that any dust that surrounded the star at its birth would already have coalesced into larger objects or spiraled into the star, Chen notes.