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After a split in the ménage à trois, the baroness and one of her partners vanished.
After an exacting renovation, it was opened in 2009 by a coal baroness named Yang Jing, who first visited Pingyao 22 years ago while running an export business.
Ultimately, Lockhart gets drawn into a morbid tale about the spa’s history, involving a mad baron, a baroness, his sister and the villagers who burned the place to the ground.
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BARONESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of baroness for English Language Learners
: a woman who is a member of a low rank of British nobility
: a woman who is a member of various ranks of nobility in other countries
: the wife or widow of a baron
BARONESS Defined for Kids
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