Yue


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Noun1.Yue - the dialect of Chinese spoken in Canton and neighboring provinces and in Hong Kong and elsewhere outside China
Chinese - any of the Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in China; regarded as dialects of a single language (even though they are mutually unintelligible) because they share an ideographic writing system
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Washington has told diplomats in South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia and Angola to pressure authorities not to allow the An Yue Jiang to dock.
Legends about swords developed in early China are derived virtually exclusively from the kingdoms of Wu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], in present-day southern Jiangsu province, and Yue [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], in what is now northern Zhejiang province.
Artist Yue Minjun smashed the record for a work of Chinese contemporary art sold at auction when his ''Execution'' went for 2,932,500 pounds (about $5.
Yue Guojun, general manager of COFCO's biochemical and bioenergy division, told reporters the company was spending 10 billion yuan ($1.
The conference was organized by Ian Manners, FCIC (University of Toronto), Yue Zhao (Universite de Sherbrooke), and Jianfu Ding (NRC).
parent company of Baldwin Piano, recently formed a joint venture with domestic partners Zhongshan city government and Yue Hua Music Limited to invest in Zhongshan Yue Hua Piano and Musical Instruments Co.
Although OCW offers no class credit, grading, or access to faculty, a prospective student "can certainly learn from it," says Dick Yue, associate dean of Engineering and one of the OCW project leaders.
Previous to the Conference, an influential party official, Pan Yue, had called for the party to abandon its Marxist view of religion as 'The opium of the people.
For years industries and homes dumped untreated waste directly into the city's rivers, and today the city has limited dean water resources and the capacity to treat less than one-quarter of its sewage, according to Beijing's vice mayor Yue Fuhong.
Yue hopes that the results might hold potential for rehabilitating people with stroke or other disabilities.
In the days before his death Wang Shu, as he called himself, with the air of an insider talked of the Manchu Yongzheng emperor's powerful envoy, General Yue Zhongqi, Chinese governor of the two Western provinces of Shanxi and Sichuan, and of how Yue had criticised his master's immoral behaviour, and the killing of three of Yongzheng's own brothers.
Yue of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and his colleagues, who asked volunteers to think about contracting a finger or bending an elbow but not to perform the task.