Chongju


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Chong•ju

(ˈtʃʌŋˈdʒu)

n.
a city in central South Korea. 531,195.
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At a battle in Chongju, Ian Robertson, an Australian sniper, recalled that he and a mate spotted five terrified children.
Joint choice of tenure and dwelling type: A multinomial logit analysis for the City of Chongju. Urban Studies, 34(9), 1459-1473.
With the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950 and occupation by the Chinese army, the United Nations (UN) set up a UN line connecting Chongju in Pyeonganbuk-do and Heungnam in Hamgyeongnam-do, and proposed a ceasefire by setting up a buffer zone between the Amnok and Tumen rivers.
Kang, "Chemical characteristics of principal [PM.sub.2.5] species in Chongju, South Korea," Atmospheric Environment, vol.
He received a PhD in Public Administration from Chongju University of Korea in 1988.
([degrees]C) precipitation (mm) Busan 14.7 (14.6) 1,525.4 (1,478.6) Changwon 14.1 (14.3) 1,467.7 (1,514.0) Chongju 12.6 (12.8) 1,251.0 (1,805.6) Chuncheon 11.2 (10.7) 1,360.8 (2,029.3) Daegu 13.9 (13.8) 1,389.6 (1,300.3) Daejeon 12.8 (12.6) 1,396.6 (1,943.4) Gangneung 13.2 (12.7) 1,480.2 (1,810.5) Gwangju 14.2 (14.3) 1,096.5 (1,430.4) Incheon 12.2 (12.0) 1,252.6 (1,725.5) Jeju 15.9 (15.6) 1,493.1 (1,478.6) Jeonju 13.4 (13.2) 1,322.5 (1,621.8) Mokpo 13.9 (13.0) 1,149.4 (9,82.1) Pohang 14.3 (14.3) 1,159.9 (1,089.9) Seoul 12.6 (12.1) 1,477.3 (2,039.3) Seosan 12.0 (11.7) 1,301.5 (1,704.4) Suwon 12.1 (11.9) 1,333.8 (1,975.9) Uljin 12.7 (12.1) 1,136.4 (1,376.6) Ulsan 14.2 (13.7) 1,283.2 (1,233.2) Yeosu 14.4 (14.1) 1,140.4 (1,650.4) Mean no.
24th Division from its defensive positions on July 8, the battered Americans regrouping along the Kum River from Chongju to Chochiwon.
Yong); Chungbuk National University College of Medicine, Chongju, South Korea (K.
for, and after, So Chongju (1915-2000) Father was a peasant: he never came home, even late at night.
National leaders, national press members, national educators and national poets such as Ch'oe Namson, Lee Kwangsu, Pang Ungmo, Kim Songsu, Kim Hwallan, So Chongju and Mo Yunsuk insisted [on eradicating] the U.S.