[ US /ˈhænɔɪ/ ]
  1. the capital city of Vietnam; located in North Vietnam
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  • Ohin loron, loron ALEGRIA nian ba timor oan hotu. iha loron ida ne'e ita sei hanoin fila fali tinan sanulu liuba (30 de Agosto de 1999) nebe ita hotu decidi atu liberta ita nia nação husi ocupação indonésio. Global Voices in English » East Timor: “Happy Day” of freedom vote
  • On March 30, 1972, Hanoi launched its own major offensive across the demilitarized zone.
  • One of the returnees, Nguyen Van Khang, was detained on arrival in Hanoi for allegedly stealing state property.
  • President Mitterrand arrived in Hanoi yesterday to bury old colonial and cold war enmities.
  • The tour visits Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hoi An, the Mekong Delta and a visit to the ancient archeological site at Hue.
  • Periodically, after an engagement had liteen tidily finished and the casualties removed from the gfeerie. they would be summoned to Hanoi, nearly four fears 'flight away, addressed by the Commander-in-Chief, lodged for one night in a Press Gamp where they boasted that the barman was the best in Indo-China, flown over the late battlefield at a height of 3,000 feet (the limit of a heavy machine-gun's range) and then delivered safely and easily back, like aschool-treat, to the Continental Hotel in Saigon. The Quiet American
  • And it left open the fourth option, to step up military action against Hanoi and otherwise escalate the war.
  • Resembling a modified version of the Towers of Hanoi, the work consists of brushed-aluminum bands stacked on top of each other and held in place by slender aluminum strips and rivets.
  • I own two French presses, a stainless steel Cuisinart grinder/drip, a retro De'Longhi espresso machine, an Italian Vev Vigano moka pot, and a Vietnamese drip that I purchased in old Hanoi for making ca phe sua nong . The Coffee Fix: Can the $11,000 Clover Machine Save Starbucks?
  • But most people in Hanoi could not afford consumer luxuries, and even acquiring necessities was a full-time job.
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