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Hsiang

 (shyäng)
Variant of Xiang.
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Hsiang

(ʃjɑːŋ)
n
(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Xiang
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Long Hsiang had been with Standard Chartered Bank for 18 years and has deep knowledge of frontline sales in banking as well as risk management and corporate governance.
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Born into an aristocratic family in Ch'in, he entered that state's army and rose to general; waged several brilliantly successful campaigns under Shih Huang Ti to unify China under the Ch'in (230-222); continued to serve Shih Huang Ti after he became Emperor (222), and led expeditions to expand the area of Chinese rule; suppressed a serious peasant rebellion in the disorders surrounding Shih Huang Ti's death (210-209); led an ill-prepared army of 200,000 against a huge army assembled by the rebel Hsiang Yu, and was forced to surrender, after which he was buried alive with his men (207).
Davis led Taipei with 20 points and nine rebounds while Chou Yi Hsiang added 17 markers and four rebounds and Huang Jhen got 16 points in a losing effort.
Silver medal was awarded to the host city's jumper, Hsiang Chun-Hsien, competing under the flag of Chinese Taipei.
The uneven impact of the warming "could mean a massive restructuring of the global economy," says Solomon Hsiang, a professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy at Berkeley, one of the reseachers who has painstakingly documented the historical impact of temperature.