a mass attack of troops, without concern for casualties, as practised by the Japanese in World War II
an African board game usually played by moving pebbles along two rows of holes. Contemporary Examples It also forced banks to consider designing their own Internet money market funds to compete with Yu’E bao. Alibaba’s Dark Side: Censoring Customers Brendon Hong November 17, 2014 Liu and his 74-year-old wife, bao Yuanhua, were among the first […]
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(Nguyen Vinh Thuy) 1913–97, emperor of Annam 1925–45, chief of state of Vietnam 1949–55.
any large tree belonging to the genus Adansonia, of the bombax family, especially A. digitata, which is native to tropical Africa, has an exceedingly thick trunk, and bears a gourdlike fruit. Historical Examples The scenery was varied by thickets of mimosas, with here and there a baobab or a tamarisk. Some Heroes of Travel W. […]
a city in central Hebei province, in NE China. noun a city in NE China, in N Hebei province. Pop: 810 000 (2005 est) Former name Ch’ing-yüan, Tsingyuan