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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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2 ticks and went to Tang, but he air-balled his three-point attempt at the buzzer.
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Tang again purchased a total of 1,500,000 Shares at the average price of HK$1.
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In her roles as designer, project architect, and senior associate, Tang has led projects of every type and at every scale.
Federated is now working with Reich and Tang customers on the transition, which is expected to take place in stages beginning in June and running through July 2015.
After Xu Wen's death in 927, Yang Pu finally adopted the imperial title that resulted in an immediate end to diplomatic relations with the Later Tang (923-936), the second of the Five Dynasties.
Tang soo do has been taught throughout West Yorkshire for over 25 years by Master Tang (7th Dan) and Master Singh.
He said the creation of the new subsidiary in Hong Kong will manage the global operations of the Shanghai Tang brand.
Now a sophomore, Tang has successfully made the transition from her seat in the stands to a starring role for No.
We have spent the last 18 months carrying out due diligence on a number of projects in Cuba, but we have not committed to any significant [ventures] to date," Tang told CubaNews, adding that his Hong
Mr Tang was beaten and robbed as he left his takeaway business on June 24, 1996.