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A thick Japanese noodle made with wheat flour, usually served in soup or broth.

[Japanese, wheat noodle.]
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(Cookery) (in Japanese cookery) large noodles made of wheat flour
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The Bangkok Post quoted Interior Minister Chavarat Charnvirakul as saying that he was confident that security forces can control the political situation, especially in the four hotspot northeastern provinces of Ubon Ratchathani, Udon Thani, Khon Kaen and Mukdahan.
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Acting on a tip-off, police arrested Flannaghan and seized heroin from him in April last year as he got off a bus in Bangkok from north-eastern Udon Thani province.
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His father gave up his previous day job as a photographer and started a noodle shop, one of the very first in Hawaii to serve Japanese tourists homesick for a tasty bowl of udon.
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In this country, the sounds of praise for noodles from the Japanese udon to the Vietnamese banh pho have reached an all-time high, and restaurateurs, cookbook authors, and specialty retailers are listening.