The sound made when a hollow metal object is struck a glancing blow.
To batter; to clobber; to conk.
To throw hard.
derived from a common Chinese surname.
of Korean origin.
of Danish origin. Variation of Vang.
Origin: From wange, from wange, from wangōn, from wenǵ-. Cognate with wan, wang, wang, wang, Wange, vanga, 03450330033203320330- (wagga-) in 034503300332033203300342033403390343.
the jaw, jawbone, or cheek bone
a slap; a blow
Origin: [OE. wange, AS. wange, wonge, cheek, jaw; akin to D. wang, OS. & OHG. wanga, G. wange.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
wang, n. (obs.) the jaw.—n. Wang′-tooth, a grinder. [A.S. wange, cheek.]
The numerical value of WANG in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of WANG in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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What type of fasteners are used on horseshoes? braided Cotton, wang leather, cotton shoe laces, or velcro?
I urged China through Foreign Minister Wang to take actions that will join everybody in helping to reduce tensions and increase the prospect of a diplomatic solution.
Wang Yu has provided her legal services to people on the lowest rungs of society. I never thought that she would be charged with subversion of state power, i just don't understand this.
The company has no information as to the details of the incident and has been unable to contact Mr. Wang Ping, which casts doubt over the ability of the subscriber to perform its obligations.
Wang has found this golden path of how to collaborate with the government and do things they want him to do, his business model recognises that the government is an important external stakeholder.
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