Shang

NOUN
  1. the imperial dynasty ruling China from about the 18th to the 12th centuries BC
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How To Use Shang In A Sentence

  • Shanghai Baby is peopled with nimble-witted hedonists. From the point of view of traditional mainstream society, they are moral degenerates and self-serving rebels.
  • A young sea captain's future is transformed as he encounters mutiny, adventure and a beautiful fugitive in this romantic thriller set during an epic voyage to Shanghai.
  • I reckon he will arrive in Shanghai at noon.
  • Of course, keeping beautiful amid the heat and humidity is no easy task, so the Shanghai Star brings you some new and effective ways to help you look your best in the hot weather.
  • He was caught by the police soon after he came back to Shanghai to open a grocery shop.
  • Last month, Shang Fulin, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, or CSRC, said that basic preparation for stock-index futures has been completed.
  • Like the rest of the People's Republic of China, Shanghai is a study in contradictions.
  • I worried also about the nature of our neighborhood, which is a redneck Shangri-La of big dawgs, trucks with bad mufflers, heavily armed Gomers, and gangs of marauding feral boys with BB guns.
  • Hundreds of uniformed and plain-clothed police officers patrolled expected protest sites in China's two main cities, Beijing and Shanghai. Heavy Police Presence Thwarts Call for Protests in China
  • As an art form, it has survived the dynasties, the warlords, the Japanese occupation of Shanghai, the Communist Revolution, and has just about survived the restless nature of the Other Festival's unappreciative audience.
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