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Wang

 

the family name of the dynasty of Korean rulers founded by Wang Kon during the period of the Koryo state (918-1392).


Wang

 

an ancient Chinese term designating the ruler of the country in the period of the Yin (16th to 11th centuries B.C.) and Chou (11th to third centuries B.C.) dynasties. It later came to be the highest title among the aristocracy and was given to members of the royal family and honored officials. In antiquity and in the Middle Ages the rulers of the states or principalities of Korea also bore the title “Wang.”

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In addition to the substantial value of the hotel property (the largest on Long Island) and its additional development rights, Wang acquires a forty-foot wide easement connecting the hotel to the Coliseum.
During his imprisonment, reports the Telegraph, Wang "witnessed two deaths, one from a heart attack during treatment and one person who died while being force-fed.
We set up two wholly owned recycling centers in southern California a few years back, for the sake of testing the water," notes Wang.
A different ad with a side view was later accepted, but Wang called it ``a pity.
Microscope observations then revealed that each 5-to-10-gram mass of material contains crystals in the new nanobelt shape, says Wang.
Certainly, but it's somewhat more difficult now," Wang says.
Wang introduced the wireless industry to push-to-X concept, which caused a revolutionary repositioning of push-to-talk type services toward user-friendly interfaces.
Wang, then a seventh-grader, needed special permission to enroll in college-level classes, said Victoria White, Canyon High counselor, adding that the young student did well at the college.
Wang got his picture of the supernova, but he also noticed the unusual honeycomb structure in one corner of his image.
Wang was named one of the Top 10 China IT Business People in 2003 by China Business Post (a leading business publication in China), and won the Executive Award in the 2004 DHL/South China Morning Post Hong Kong Business Award.
American officials acknowledged that the timing of the verdict was embarrassing, coming only hours after a midlevel American delegation to prepare for Christopher's visit left Beijing following discussions that included human rights and Wang in particular.