- an aluminum coin and monetary unit of Vietnam, the 100th part of a dong.
Origin of xu
1945–50; < Vietnamese < French sou sou
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Examples from the Web for xu
Among those criminally detained are Pu Zhiqiang, a prominent human rights lawyer, and Xu Youyu, a philosophy professor.
In January, Xu Zhiyong, a leader of the movement, was sentenced to four years in jail.
In my home village too a low-ranking cadre named Xu Xianqing literally stuffed himself to death.An Oral History of Mao’s Greatest Crime
November 24, 2013
“The author sees things with clarity,” says Xu Zhiyuan, an influential young Chinese essayist.Must-Reads: 'The Fat Years,' 'Drifting House,' and 'The Map and the Territory'
Isaac Stone Fish, Anna Clark, Cameron Martin
January 30, 2012
Xu Lai then moved his blog to another host, renaming it "Qian Leixian Still Wants to Speak"—or the Prostate Is Still Enflamed.The Blogger Who Got Stabbed
February 18, 2009
The Intellectual part of man's spirit was called, Xu or Khu.Scarabs
- a monetary unit of Vietnam worth one hundredth of a dông
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