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Rehe

(ro͝o-ho͝o) or

Jehol

(jəhôl`, –hōl`), former province (c.44,000 sq mi/114,000 sq km), NE China. Chengde was the capital. In 1955, Rehe was divided between the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region and the provinces of Hebei and Liaoning. The Zongling is one of the ranges of this largely hilly and mountainous region, which is crossed by swift, unnavigable rivers. Rehe was the traditional gateway to Mongolia and from time to time was overrun by Tatars, Huns, and Khitan Mongols. It was the seat (10th–12th cent.) of the Liao (Khitan) empire. Conquered by the Manchus in the 17th cent., Rehe became an imperial pastureland. It was taken by the Japanese early in 1933 and included in Manchukuo; it was not restored to China until the end of World War II. From 1945 to 1955 it retained its provincial status but was administered as part of Manchuria.
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Witnesses on the scene reported seeing the yellow Lamborghini blowing through the red light at the intersection of Zhonghua Road and Rehe Street before plowing into a blue sedan and a heavy motorcycle.
mucTtakin Hipp E ing a com mor ance stagT rehe The company will be spending time earsing at The NEC in Birmingham in order to re-stage the performance for a venue that holds 23,000 people, but despite the hustle and bustle of a ballerina's day-today life, as part of a production as big as this, Emma still takes the time to be appreciative.
Os dados do estudo de Hvinsttendahl e Kahl (apud Rehe, 1976: 32) reforcam as indicacoes de Tinker e Paterson, e sugerem uma relacao entre a preferencia por determinada tipografia e sua maior legibilidade.
7) Pak Chi-won, Yolha ilgi [The Rehe diary] (Beijing, 1996), pp.
Four of the buildings were in the north: the Wenyuan Library in the Forbidden City; the Wensu Library in the old Qing capital in Shengjing, now Shenyang City (formerly Fengtian City) of Liaoning Province (formerly Fengtian Province, or loosely Manchuria); the Wenyuan Library in the Imperial Garden, or Yuanming Yuan, in Beijing; and the Wenjin Library in the imperial summer retreat at Rehe, now Chengde in Hebei Province.
i) Mezcla: Presencia de dos o mas componentes del mismo tipo, pero de cualidades o aspectos distintos: che ai mbara; ambojopara ava kuna rehe.
When the Japanese invaded Rehe (now part of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region) in 1933, his mother insisted that he return to Shanghai.
in non-initial syllables: e > a as in Tahkuranna mere 'of sea' > mera, rehe 'of drying barn' > riha.
Mathis was born July 2, 1920, in Dubuque, Iowa, to Joseph and Rose Rehe Vorwald.
In 1860, Beijing fell to the Anglo-French allied troops; the Xianfeng Emperor had fled to the safety of his imperial resort at Rehe, north of the Great Wall, where he subsequently died.
Rehe (1974) recommends lines of between 40 to 60 characters, which would be both long enough to minimally impact readers' efforts to uncover a text's syntactical relations and short enough to help readers keep track of their place in the text when they finish reading one line and have to visually locate the beginning of the following line.