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Qi

In Inner Mongolia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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Dale visited the course at Chee Chan last December, by way of South Korea, where another of his designs-The Club at Nine Bridges-recently played host to the inaugural CJ Cup, the first United States PGA Tour event even staged in the country (last September, GOLF Magazine issued its biennial World Top 100; Nine Bridges was ranked
I would go over to Chee Soo and he would press certain parts of my body and the pain would just go.
Australian Chee Quee has played a major part in his team's bid for Premier League status next year, contributing 1,097 runs already, and chipping in with 45 wickets.
Chee Quee was in good company, too, for he was one of four batsmen to achieve the 1,000 runs target that year - Bootle's John Hitchmough, Neston's Phil Davis and New Brighton's Trevor Barraclough, were the others.
I find admirable the narrator's interest in native cultures, as in the knowledge of how to make kim chee.
General manager Irving Chee sees a demand for more screens, saying "Golden Screen Cinemas is in negotiations for several other sites, to be announced in the future.
We're pleased to expand upon our long-standing relationship with Zoom," said Chee Kwan, vice president of broadband access products for Conexant's Broadband Communications Segment.
Research by Harold Chee of the UKbased Ashridge Business School suggests that the current flurry of activity is deceptive.
Leaphorn and Chee know the geographical site of the seeds on the dead man's shoes, the Spanish legends of the lost gold mine (The Golden Calf), and the Indian ways (diversity of both culture and perception).
Chee and Sethi reported the largest series of 24 migrated foreign bodies in the neck.
Senior members Patrick Corbin, Lisa Viola, and Richard Sen Chee remain dedicated, treasurable artists.