Andong


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Andong

(ˈænˈdʊŋ)
n
(Placename) another name for Dandong Former spelling Tan-tung
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Where: Andong and Hahoe Village, North Gyeongsang Province
It is based in the South Korean city of Andong, which has sisterhood ties with Bacolod.
In a separate case, Ratanakkiri provincial Military Police on Sunday also cracked down on illegal timber traders at a cashew nut plantation in Andong Meas district's Nhang commune, according to the National Military Police's website.
The police have yet to identify the slain suspect who was called only by his alias 'Andong.'
Bersaluna, Bulacan police chief, identified the slain suspects as Joel Andong and his brother Jonathan, both on the Drug Watch list of San Jose Del Monte City police, and an alias "Barog."
READ:Marines get warm welcome in Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat The rebels first detonated a bomb along a road in Barangay Datu Ito Andong as the vehicle carrying the Marines passed by.
The study looks closely at Andong, his home town, where the new religion blossomed without much conflict or confrontation.
"An update outlining the structure, activities and products will be outlined in a key presentation," Senegalese Ambassador Mafoudhi Andong said.
of Southampton, UK) and Shin (Andong National U., Korea) have written this textbook on the fundamentals signal processing based upon the course Hammond taught for many years.
The diocese has no future unless it accompanies farmers in their crisis, Bishop John Chrisostom Kwon Hyok-ju of Andong wrote in a pastoral letter last month.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 73rd birthday Wednesday in Andong, known as the birthplace of Korean Confucianism, in South Korea's North Kyongsang Province.