Recent Examples of southwestern from the Web
But in July, he was removed from his post as the top official in the southwestern city of Chongqing, expelled from the party and put under investigation.
On Sunday, the most recent ping from his tag was recorded off the islands scattered along the southwestern tip of the state, where the wilderness of Everglades National Park meanders into the Gulf of Mexico.
Also helping lift results were the absence of losses that had hurt results before, such as the damage from an earthquake in Kumamoto, southwestern Japan in 2016.
The proposal also included funding for a border wall, additional security upgrades at the southwestern and northern U.S. borders, and ending U.S. citizens' ability to petition for permanent legal residency for parents and siblings.
Didi Chuxing, Chinese ride-hailing giant, launched its own branded bike-sharing service in the southwestern city of Chengdu this week.
Local boosters who persuaded National Football League owners to stage their showcase event in this southwestern corner of the United States were short on experience but long on wits and promise.
Gai, born in a remote section of southwestern China's Sichuan province, refuses to discuss details of a less than enviable youth.
That will start, Trump hopes, with a March 13 special election in this conservative corner of southwestern Pennsylvania.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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