Definition of Taiyuan

1. Noun. An ancient city in northeastern China noted for coal mining and steel production.




Definition of Taiyuan

1. Noun. A prefecture-level city in northern China; capital of Shanxi Province. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taiyuan

Tail End Charlies
Tailtiu
Taimyr
Taimyr Peninsula
Tainan
Taino
Taipeh
Taipei
Taishanese
Tait's law
Taiwan
Taiwan Strait
Taiwan dollar
Taiwanese
Taiwanese Sign Language
Taiyuan (current term)
Taizhong
Taizhou
Taj Mahal
Tajik
Tajik Persian
Tajik SSR
Tajiki
Tajiki-Persian
Tajiki Arabic
Tajikistan
Tajikistani
Tajikistani monetary unit
Tajiks
Taka-diastase

Literary usage of Taiyuan

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Treaties and Agreements with and Concerning China, 1894-1919: A Collection by John Van Antwerp MacMurray (1921)
"... Taiyuan Railway, for the construction of which the Bureau has borrowed capital from others, the Pekin Syndicate, to avoid disputes, shall not construct ..."

2. Detained in China and Tibet: A Directory of Political and Religious Prisoners by Robin Munro, Mickey Spiegel, Asia Watch Committee (U.S.) (1994)
"According to the court verdict, on June 5, 1989 Ge made a speech in May 1 Square on behalf of the faculty and staff of Taiyuan colleges at a memorial ..."

3. China, the Yellow Peril at War with the World: A History of the Chinese by James Martin Miller (1900)
""While in Taiyuan-fu in the course of her recent hurried departure from her ... Toward the end of June last the Protestant missionaries in Taiyuan-fu, ..."

4. China, the Yellow Peril at War with the World: A History of the Chinese by James Martin Miller (1900)
"Toward the end of June last the Protestant missionaries in Taiyuan-fu, Shansi, having been attacked by soldiers, collected in the house of Mr. Farthing, ..."

5. China, Ancient and Modern: A History of the Chinese Empire from the Dawn of by James Martin Miller (1900)
"Toward the end of June last the Protestant missionaries in Taiyuan-fu, Shansi, having been attacked by soldiers, collected in the house of Mr. Farthing, ..."

6. Missionary Review of the World by James Lutzweiler (1901)
"The last news from you confirming our fears concerning the dear ones at Taiyuan was hard, God knows how hard, for us to bear, but I can not write of it yet. ..."

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