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Pu·san

 (po͞o′sän′)
See Busan.
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Pusan

(ˈpuːˈsæn)
n
(Placename) the former name (until 2000) of Busan
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Pu•san

(ˈpuˈsɑn)

n.
a seaport in SE South Korea. 3,813,814.
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Noun1.Pusan - a city in southeastern South Korea on the Korean Strait; the chief port and second largest city
Republic of Korea, South Korea - a republic in the southern half of the Korean Peninsula; established in 1948
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Meanwhile, Hsueh continued to pursue Wang all the way to the intersection of Mingde 2nd Road and Fusan Street in Keelung City.
It was at dawn on January 4, 1882, when the Wanderer sailed into Busan harbor to the "semi-fortified Japanese settlement" known then as Fusan. It was a fairly large ship ?
Fusan, Theory and Practice in Artillery Type Test, National Defence Industry Press, Beijing, China, 2000.
"Oman Air is a luxury global brand and joining the Extreme Sailing Series as a partner complements and strengthens the position of the other Series partners as global brands." The first day of Extreme racing in Qingdao, which was home to the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008, had to be cancelled when thick fog enveloped the race track on Fusan Bay reducing visibility to less than 5m and rendering racing unsafe.
Deila claimed he now has the strongest collection of goalies – Forster, Gordon, Lukasz Zaluska and Italian kid Leonardo Fusan – in the global game.
CELTIC - Zaluska (Fusan 46), Matthews (Herron 55), O'Connell, Findlay, Waters, Biton (McGeough 46); Henderson, Griffiths, Atajic (Balde 46), McGregor, Pukki.
In a valley about fifty miles from Fusan [Busan], the Japanese soldiery closed up a horseshoe-shaped valley surrounded by high hills, and then shot down the villagers who attempted to escape by climbing the steep slopes.