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Xuzhou

or

Suchow

(both: sho͞o`jō`), city (1994 est. pop. 879,800), N Jiangsu prov., E central China. It is a rail center at the junction of railroads serving Jiangsu, Shandong, Anhui, and Hunan provs. It also has an airport. Iron and coal mines are nearby, and the city has a small integrated steel complex. Other industries include machine building, textiles, and engineering. Xuzhou was known as Dongshan from 1912 to 1945. It was in Shandong prov. from 1949 to 1952, when it was returned to Jiangsu. The name sometimes appears as Hsu-chou.

Xuzhou

, Hs?-chou, S?chow
a city in N central China, in NW Jiangsu province: scene of a decisive battle (1949) in which the Communists defeated the Nationalists. Pop.: 1 662 000 (2005 est.)
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Captain Pyshklov, commanding officer of the Russian naval force in the Mediterranean, lauded the performance of the Yancheng during the escort operation, while his counterpart, Li Pengcheng, spoke highly of the way the Russian Navy coordinated the escort.
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Pengcheng, Youmin e Yiyi (2003) afirmam que o groupthink pode resultar na busca incompleta de objetivos, na busca insuficiente de informacoes, na discussao limitada de algumas alternativas e, geralmente, significativas falhas ao examinar custos e riscos de alternativas preferidas.
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According to Gong Pengcheng [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], the core concern of the late Ming philosophical current is the concern of life and death, which revealed the existential anxiety of the late Ming intellectuals (224).
The Chu Empire had its capital in PengCheng [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'town of Peng'] (present-day Xuzhou) in eastern China.
Kent Baker, Shantanu Dutta, Samir Saadi, and PengCheng Zhu *
We thank Jiying Li for helpful discussions, and Yiming Qiu, Wen-Hsien Li, Igor Zaliznyak, Andrei Savici, and Pengcheng Dai for providing figures of their data for illustrative purposes.
18) On new year's day, 1668, Li's troupe gave a performance, most likely of his new play Qiao tuanyuan in honor of the birthday of a Pengcheng [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] official's wife.
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