Yosu


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Yŏ•su

(ˈyʌˈsu)

n.
a city in S South Korea. 111,455.
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See Okabe Asuka, "O Koren 'Hentei ni ante, fushite sanka wo etari, tawamure ni ryoko no ryokakushi narabi ni Jisan ni yosu'", Ajia yugaku 72 (2005.2): 138.
Take Nabokov, for example; wherever yosu go, Lolita is his most widely read book.
Em 1948, eclodiram revoltas populares nas provincias sulistas de Yosu e Cheju Do, e lideres moderados pro-unificacao foram assassinados, ao passo que os sovieticos, se retiravam do norte (Armstrong 2003).
(18.) Park Palyang (Kim Yosu), "Impression of Shinkyung's Night," the same book.
Muscat, April 6 (ONA) Mohsen bin Khamis al Balushi, Advisor of the Commerce and Industry Ministry and the General Commissioner of the Sultanate's Pavilion at Yeosu International Expo 2012 yesterday evening patronized at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs over the sixth meeting of the technical committee in charge of preparing for the Sultanate's participation at Yosu 2012, scheduled to be held at the Republic of South Korea form May 12th to August 12th, 2012 under the theme 'The living ocean and costs'.
Use the QR code reader on your smartphone to scan this QR code (pictured right)Tap the link that appears and yosu have access to the mobile version of the Birmingham Post online.
Aun asi, en la ciudad el uso del barro (pootshi) y el yotojolo (yosu), se considera una practica obsoleta, por oposicion a la existencia de otros materiales tecnicamente mas eficientes, duraderos y con versatiles formas de adaptarse a los sistemas constructivos criollos.