Taejon


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Tae·jon

 (tī-jôn′)

Taejon

(tɛˈdʒɒn)
n
(Placename) a city in W South Korea: market centre of an agricultural region. Pop: 1 464 000 (2005 est)

Tae•jon

(ˈtaɪˈdʒɒn)

n.
a city in W South Korea. 1,272,143.
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Private First Class James Cletuis Williams, 19, of Hopkinsville, was killed in action on July 20, 1950, in the vicinity of Taejon, Republic of Korea.
He received the B.S and M.S degrees from the Department of Information and Communication engineering, Sejong University, Seoul, Korea in 2016 and from the Department of Electrical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Taejon, Korea in 2018, respectively.
Jeong, "Effect of land use and urbanization on hydrochemistry and contamination of groundwater from Taejon area, Korea," Journal of Hydrology, vol.
A4 3.4 60 Sclerotinia sclerotiorum 5.0 50 Talaromyces emersonii CBS394.64 4.5 90 Fungus Reference Bacillus circulans F-2 Yusung, Taejon (1995) Thermoascus aurantiacus IFO9748 Jiong Hong (2007) Penicillium funiculosum Karboune et al.(2008) Daldinia eschscholzii(Ehrenb.:Fr.)Rehm Karnchanatat et al.
Resident perceptions of mega-event impacts: the Taejon international exposition case.
Fr Cusack, along with a number of other priests, was martyred in a massacre at Taejon Prison on September 24, 1950.
Park, Recent Advances and New Horizons in Zeolite Science and Technology, Elsevier Science, Taejon, Korea, (1996).
In sharp contrast to the heroism and sacrifice depicted in "The Bridges at Toko Ri," historian Bruce Cumings unearths the disturbing details of the Taejon massacre, which took place at the start of the Korean War, which he calls "one of the most astonishing cover-ups in postwar US history" (174).
Pyongjo) presented the office warrant upon royal approval (T'aejo sillok 2: 10b [1393.10.25]; Kyongguk taejon 3: 52b-53a).
(35.) For a detailed catalogue of the Korean books in Tenri Library, including seals of former owners, see Haeoe chonjok munhwajae chosa mongnok: Ilbon Ch'olli Taehak Ch'olli Tosogwan sojang Han'gukpon (Taejon: Kungnip Munhwajae Yon'guso, 2005).