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tang

(tăng)
1. A strong taste or flavor.
2. A long, slender projection or prong forming a part of a chisel, file, or knife.
3. In dentistry, an apparatus for joining the rests and retainers to palatal or lingual bars of a denture.
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Darra Tang is among the most backward rural localities of Lakki Marwat with population lacking basic amenities of life.
Tang, viewing Lai as the more popular candidate, says that such pledges amount to 'self-harm' on Lai's part.
Tang's rise to the highest seat at the Sandiganbayan has the same narrative as Sereno's: In 2013, Tang was appointed as presiding justice of the Sandiganbayan, besting her "more senior" justices, while Sereno was barely two years at the SC when she was designated as its chief in 2012.
Aside from Tang and Dela Cruz, other candidates interviewed by the JBC are Court of Appeals Associate Justices Ramon A.
Tea Tang operates from a studio at Newcastle Business Park, on Amethyst Road, where Ms Tang holds classes.
Referring to an earlier seminar about CPEC that Professor Tang hosted in China in January, he stated that the frequency of semi-nars conducted at universities and research centres regarding project CPEC has also definitely increased.
Mr Xing explained that the Tang Dynasty's spirit of connectivity, especially through the Silk Road, allowed trade as well as cultural collaborations and people to people connectivity to thrive.
This time around, Tang said they have a sliver of hope as some voters have indicated that they are unhappy with Lim's way of managing the state.
Andy Robinson, group chief executive of Colmore Tang, said: "We recognised this as a superb opportunity to acquire a successful business that easily integrates into our supply chain.
Tang said that UNESCO's role was also important for promoting dialogue among different cultures and civilization for achieving peaceful coexistence.
Tang purchased another 500,000 Shares on the market at the average price of HK$1.685 per share;
Prior to the promotion, Tang served as Agilent vice president, assistant general counsel and assistant secretary, and he has been responsible for advising the board of directors and management team on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and securities matters.