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Tang or TANG may refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ...

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Chinese name

  • Tang Dynasty (唐朝) of China which reigned from 618 – 907 AD.
  • Tang of Shang (湯), the Shang dynasty ruler, who lived around 1660 BCE

  • A transliteration of Chinese family names such as:

- 唐 (Pinyin táng), as in the Tang Dynasty, (but the clan name is more ancient)
- 湯 (Pinyin tāng), as in the Tang of Shang.
- 鄧 or 邓 (Pinyin dèng), as in Deng Xiao Ping (see Tang Clan)
- 滕 (Pinyin téng)

For the band, see Tang Dynasty (band). ... King Tang of Shang of China, in chinese:湯, born Zi Lu, in chinese:子履,(1617 BC - 1588 BC). ... Look up 唐 in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... King Tang of Shang of China, in chinese:湯, born Zi Lu, in chinese:子履,(1617 BC - 1588 BC). ... Deng Xiaoping Deng Xiaoping (Simplified Chinese: 邓小平; Traditional Chinese: 鄧小平; pinyin: Dèng Xiǎopíng; Wade-Giles: Teng Hsiao-ping; pronounced Dung Shyao-ping; August 22, 1904—February 19, 1997) was a revolutionary elder in the Communist Party of China (CPC) who... The Tang Clan are one of the Great Five Clans of Hong Kong. ...

  • Tang Clan of Hong Kong, the first inhabitants to leave China and settle in Hong Kong.
  • "Tang flour", a wheat flour used in Chinese cooking. Also called wheat starch
  • Tang Yan, (of the 唐 clan), a famous Chinese actress and entertainer

The Tang Clan are one of the Great Five Clans of Hong Kong. ... Tang Yan (Chinese: 唐嫣; surname Tang; b. ...

Fish and related US warships

  • Tang (fish)
  • US submarines called for the fish, including
    • USS Tang (SS-306), a United States Navy Balao class submarine that served briefly in World War II before being sunk by one of its own torpedoes
    • A Tang class submarine of the United States Navy
    • USS Tang (SS-563) the lead ship of that class

Species Zebrasoma desjardinii Zebrasoma flavescens Zebrasoma gemmatum Zebrasoma rostratum Zebrasoma scopas Zebrasoma veliferum Zebrasoma xanthurum Tangs are a kind of saltwater fish which inhabit shallow reefs and beds of seagrass from the east coast of Africa northward to the Red Sea, over the broad span of the Atlantic, Indo-Pacific... USS Tang (SS-306) was a Second World War era Balao-class submarine. ... The Tang class of submarines was a product of the Greater Underwater Propulsion Power Program (GUPPY), which incorporated German U-boat technology into the United States Navys submarine design. ... USS Tang (SS/AGSS-563), the lead ship of her class was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for the tang, several West Indian species of surgeonfish. ...

Places

WGS-84 (GPS) Coordinates: 53. ...

Acronyms

Shield of the United States Air National Guard In the US military, the Air National Guard (ANG), as part of the National Guard, is the organized militia of a particular US state and is a reserve of the US Air Force (USAF), too. ... Tennessee Air Guard The Tennessee Air National Guard consists of three wings and four geographically separated units of the United States Air Force. ... The Transcendental Argument for the Non-existence of God (also called TANG) was first explicitly formulated by Michael Martin in a 1996 article in New Zealand Rationalist & Humanist [1]. It was first intended as a reply to the Transcendental argument for the existence of God, which argues that logic, science...

Other

  • Tang (drink), a brand name of instant fruit flavored drinks from the 1950s to the present
  • Tang (weaponry), a projecting element connecting a knife or sword blade to the handle

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Tang Dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (0 words)
The Tang Dynasty, with its capital at Chang'an (modern-day suburb of Xi'an), the most populous city in the world at the time, is regarded by historians as a high point in Chinese civilization — surpassing that of the Han Dynasty.
Emperor Tang Xuan Zong brought the Middle Kingdom to its golden age and Tang hegemony reached all the way to Japan and Korea in the east, Indo China in the south and central and western Asia in the west.
The Tang were eventually driven out of Central Asia, and imperial China did not regain ground in that region until the Mongol led regime during the Yuan Dynasty.
Tang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (0 words)
Tang Clan of Hong Kong, the first inhabitants to leave China and settle in Hong Kong.
A Tang class submarine of the United States Navy, or the lead ship of that class.
"Tang", a term commonly misused as a shortened version of "poon" (the slang term for a vagina).
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