How to use Peking in a sentence
Yiyi Chen, the Director of the Institute for Hebrew and Jewish Studies at Peking University, is not convinced.
We love cold sesame noodles, and Peking Duck, burritos and fajitas—even fish tacos are now a comfort food.
Imperial Kitchen, a restaurant in Hong Kong, makes my favorite version: smoked Peking duck with camphor wood spices.
Peking duck transports me back to Hong Kong every time I make it, eat it, or smell it.
My first memories of Peking duck are at age 14 when I washed woks at a Peking duck restaurant in my hometown of Hong Kong.
I perceive no immediate reason for the evacuation of Peking as far as the supply of game is concerned.
At a council of war it was decided to provision and fortify Nanking, and then march against Peking.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year | Edwin Emerson
They attacked Kaifong and were Peking threatened repulsed, but continued their march toward Peking.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year | Edwin Emerson
And when the troops did pour into Peking and Tientsin to rescue the besieged foreigners, another lawless period succeeded.Heroes of To-Day | Mary R. Parkman
It was not till they reached Taiyuen that they struck into the road that led to Peking or Tientsin.The Life of Gordon, Volume I | Demetrius Charles Boulger
British Dictionary definitions for Peking
the former English name of Beijing
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Cultural definitions for Peking
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