(Vi Kyuin) Wellington [wee gyin] /ˈwi ˈgyɪn/, Ku Wei-chünGu Weijun, 1887–1985, Chinese diplomat and statesman.

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Contemporary Examples of koo

  • He was reportedly forced to ditch Koo, after it emerged that she had once appeared naked in a film of dubious quality.

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Historical Examples of koo

  • As he was passing the house of Boo′koo, the big rat, that worthy gentleman invited him in.

  • Standing on guard before his instrument panels was the mahogany-colored slave Koo Faya.

  • Four bullets whizzed into the control room, splattering close about the thin mummy-like body of Koo Faya.

  • Austin and Jan knew that Koo Faya was leaping to a position where he could shoot his poisoned darts at them again.

  • Evidently Koo Faya had succeeded in righting matters to some slight extent at least.