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Tong

An ancient Indian unit of area approximately equivalent to 1/32 hectare.
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Tong said, "The online leisure travel industry is experiencing explosive growth and I am excited to start this new journey with the market leader.
The single most important thing is to protect Hong Kong's anti-corruption practice," Tong told reporters.
Last night, Tong refused to apologise, and instead used the attention to shamelessly beg for a date with model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Tong Yang began setting up business in China over 10 years ago, running 17 plants (many being JVs with automakers) there, achieving almost doubling of consolidated revenues in a decade driven by rapid market growth in China.
Cowell tweeted: "Just been informed about Mr Kenneth Tong.
In addition, Tong Tong should not be allowed to continue working because he might be too traumatised by the incident.
Instead of FUBAR's long-haired hosers who drink beer all the time and only talk about partying, in Pete Tong we get a cooler-looking guy who gets wasted all the time and only talks about partying.
More recently, dredge stock assessments have been supplemented by annual patent tong surveys based on a stratified random sampling design.
The letters from Tong - written when he was serving in France - were concealed within a secret compartment in the Chiffonier.
Officials from Ueno Zoo earlier sent ovaries extracted from Tong Tong to the station in a bid to help boost panda breeding know-how.
Previously, Tong held several management positions at Tejas Gas Corp.