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wang

 (wăng) Vulgar Slang
n.
The penis.

[Alteration of whang.]

wang

(wæŋ)
n
1. (Anatomy) anatomy a cheek or molar
2. (Agriculture) agriculture dialect a part of a plough
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He was the inseparable friend of the famous Buddhist poet and doctor, Wang Wei.
It's still undecided whether the four trust funds will be managed together or separately; in the latter case, each fund will be managed by two members of the Wang family together.
Wang is also the owner of the New York Islanders and the New York Dragons.
Wang was arrested in 1993 for attempting to display a protest banner on Tiananmen Square.
In the mid- l990s, Wang, now 35, made a controversial decision: to transform SRS into an Internet portal company using Yahoo
Wang says the inspiration for the ads came from the same place as part of his inspiration for the film, an 1866 painting by French artist Gustave Courbet, titled ``The Origin of the World,'' that hangs in the Musee d'Orsay in Paris.
The structures, which grow as much as a few millimeters in length, are flexible enough to bend in half, says Wang.
The change that will affect accountants immediately--it's one CPAs clearly will welcome--is increased user-friendliness, Wang says.
Yankee Group's Asia-Pacific analysts now under Wang's leadership include Charles Moon, Nigel Wang and David Yeh.
After perfecting his oral and written English, Wang learned to play American contract bridge; became a member of the National Honor Society, the California Scholarship Federation and the Spanish Honor Society; and participated in Canyon's cross-country, track and basketball teams.
Most surprising, Wang notes, each of the 20-odd bubbles that form the honeycomb has roughly the same diameter--10 light-years.