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Korea: see BusanBusan
or Pusan
, Jap. Fusan, city (1995 pop. 3,813,814), extreme SE South Korea, on the Korea Strait. It is the nation's second largest city and largest port, handling most of South Korea's foreign trade.
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The two long words with initial apo- (aposfigxa~ apopempei~) sarcastically evoke the 'great effort' he put into the process, only to produce a bellows (fusan).
The Pearl arrived in Fusan (Busan) in mid-July and took on supplies while Anderson plotted where he should begin pearl fishing.
The Pearl departed Fusan in early October for San Francisco ?
Foulk and his two traveling companions arrived in Fusan (now part of modern Busan) in the summer of 1882, they were surprised at the number of women they encountered and the status these women apparently enjoyed.
Harmon Van Slyke Peeke, an American missionary stationed in Japan, traveled to Fusan in the spring of 1891 and his opinion of the women of that port echoed Foulk's observations.
In Fusan (now known as Busan), he had inadvertently boarded the express train instead of the regular train and wasn't aware of his mistake until much later.
The Tatra Mountain can be described as a typical one-side horst with the south part lifted up (Fusan, 1981).