chao


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chao

(tʃaʊ)
n
a Vietnamese rice congee
References in classic literature ?
How he loves the bravo of Chao with his sabre from the Chinese Sheffield of Wu, "with the surface smooth as ice and dazzling as snow, with his saddle broidered with silver upon his white steed; who when he passes, swift as the wind, may be said to resemble a shooting star!" He compares the frontiersman, who has never so much as opened a book in all his life, yet knows how to follow in the chase, and is skilful, strong, and hardy, with the men of his own profession.
Of the nearly $48 million awarded to Colorado airports in FY 2019, Secretary Chao awarded Denver International Airport nearly $18.9 million.
Chao's typical partner, senior Tarun Vallanki, was making a college visit to Purdue.
Every great city has a river, and Bangkok's Chao Phraya River is the lifeblood of the City.
Chao will succeed James Daley, who will be retiring from the bank after more than a decade.
Chao's request comes amid reports US authorities have also launched a criminal probe into the certification of the top-selling jet, which has been grounded around the world.
Chao credited his father, whom he said helped plan the wedding despite being subjected to much negative feedback from relatives and friends.
The Chaom Chao roundabout is a link between Phnom Penh and National Roads 3 and 4, an import-export gateway for Cambodian goods to the international market.
"These Airport Improvement Grants are investments in our country's critical infrastructure," Chao said in a statement.
The book is divided into seven chapters covering two periods (1917-1936 and 1936-1950) of Chao's life.
"The courage and dedication of America's emergency responders is inspiring as well as life-saving," says Secretary Chao. "Traffic incident management training helps save the lives of first responders, who put their own safety at risk every day when they go to work and respond to ...
During a March 6 congressional hearing, Secretary Chao confirmed that the president was intervening in Gateway's progress, telling the hearing, "The president is concerned about the viability of this project and the fact that New York and New Jersey have no skin in the game."