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 (kou′shyo͝ong′, gou′-)
A city of southwest Taiwan on Taiwan Strait. It was developed as a manufacturing center by the Japanese and is now the country's leading port.
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(ˈkaʊˈʃjʊŋ) or




(Placename) a port in SW Taiwan, on the South China Sea: the chief port of the island. Pop: 1 506 000 (2005 est). Japanese name: Takao
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a seaport on SW Taiwan. 1,426,578.
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Beyond those, they only had words for 10 (takau), 20 (paua), 40 (tataua) and 80 (varu) - the binary powers multiplied by 10, asserting that the early Polynesians used the binary system to count in 10s, but added 1 to 9 in the normal way, News Scientist revealed.
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USA: Shuman; Anitoni, Grobler (Saulala, 57), Scharrenberg (Takau, 69), Hightower; Niu, Dalzell (Coulson, 78); Lumkong, Mo'unga, Hodges (Paga, 69), Parker, Gross (Reed, 78), Sucher, Billups (Khasigian, 69), Clayton (L'Huillier, 69).
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However, Takau Yoneyama's chapter on "The Industrial Organization of Japanese Life Insurance" is exceptional in this regard.
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