Peking

prevalence of wheat noodles, steamed dumplings, food wrapped in pancakes
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Peking

Peking: see Beijing, China.
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Peking

Alternative transcription of Beijing, the capital of China
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Peking

[ship] The Peking is a steel-hulled four-masted barque. A so-called Flying P-Liner of the German company F. Laeisz, it was one of the last generation of windjammers used in the nitrate trade and wheat trade around the often treacherous Cape Horn. == History == Eking out meager existence on routes difficult to serve by steam ships that requi...
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Peking

the old English-language term for Beijing.
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Peking

the old English-language term for Beijing.
Found on http://www.beijing-visitor.com/beijing-culture/china-glossary
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