Biography Mo Yan was born to a family of farmers in the Gaomi township in Shandong province in northeastern China.
Lake Success, a township on Long Island, was home to the United Nations long before it moved to its iconic eastside headquarters.
You stand on an unsteady pontoon bridge spanning the Tigris River in a township called Adh Dhouloueya.
At a township rally near Johannesburg, she boasted: “With our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country.”
He seemed to carry a map of the township in the bottom of his feet, a most minute and accurate survey.
The number of Christians in the township of Seba alone was estimated at six hundred.
We erected a cross in every township, and explained its signification to the inhabitants, and what great veneration was due to it.
Every township had one or two Methodist and Baptist chapels.
The road, from the hill-top where we are, winds in a long descent of about two miles down to the township.
They settled in the township of Stamford, where their descendants are yet.
Old English tunscipe "inhabitants or population of a town." Applied in Middle English to "manor, parish, or other division of a hundred." Specific sense of "local division or district in a parish, each with a village or small town and its own church" is from 1530s; as a local municipal division of a county in U.S. and Canada, first recorded 1685.