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flong

(flɒŋ)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing a material, usually pulped paper or cardboard, used for making moulds in stereotyping
2. (Journalism & Publishing) journalism slang material that is not urgently topical
[C20: variant of flan]
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15) For further explanation, read Swee Flong Lim, Giving Voice to
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She recently retired from global energy company BP PLC, where she served in numerous management positions, including chief executive-petrochemicals, located in Flong Kong.
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Yachts from 17 countries and territories competed in the offshore race--Austria, Belgium, the British Virgin Islands, France, Germany, Flong Kong, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Malta, the Netherlands, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland the United Kingdom and the United States: a demonstration of the race's burgeoning international reputation.
Flong Ru, MIT, and Antoinette Schoar, MIT and NBER, "Do Credit Card Companies Screen for Behavioral Biases?
Ip eventually drifts into a rainy, nostalgically evoked 1950s Flong Kong, where he becomes a martial arts instructor.
Lui, director of the Centre for Economic Development and professor of economics at Flong Kong University of Science and Technology
This tactic, Feldman insists, has been used by China in the past, in the case of Flong Kong.
These categories are key indicators of the underlying risks that exist throughout the world--a look at the unrest gripping Flong Kong serves as a stark example.
China has built some impressive pipelines, including the East-West pipeline that links central Asian gas fields with major cities along the coast, such as Flong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.