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  • noun Plural form of Korean.


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  • Ethnic Koreans from the Chinese border towns who cross over to visit relatives report scenes of horror.

    The Flight To Food, But Not Freedom 2008

  • On December 9 at Seogwipo, Yoo netted the lone goal in Koreans 'win over the Americans.

    World Cup Soccer - USA vs. South Korea 2002

  • The only mention of the North Koreans is of piloting MIGs against

    Memorandum 1996

  • U.S. approach and the approach under consideration by the South Koreans is that the

    Dooley, James E. 1990

  • (I read somewhere that the height differential between South and North Koreans is pretty astounding for just this reason, but don’t recall the source or its credibility.)

    Matthew Yglesias » Old School 2007

  • One reason not to go bilateral with the North Koreans is what we’re seeing right now, which is that you need to have concerted pressure, especially from those who have very close and ongoing ties with the government of North Korea, so that you can get results.

    Think Progress » White House Accuses Clinton of Sending ‘Flowers and Chocolates’ To Kim Jong-il 2006

  • Last week, a South Korean trade delegation came to Washington and agreed to the deal on terms the Koreans wouldn ' t even discuss, much less accept, in Seoul.

    Obama Gerald F. Seib 2010

  • The Koreans are the odd team out there, but the other three are top squads and one of them is going home after the first round.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » First Look at the World Cup Draw 2009

  • His grandfather, an unrepentant veteran of Japan's Imperial Army, called Koreans racist names and sang songs in the shower with lyrics like "Koreans sound like pigs."

    Japan Finds Its Seoul 2007

  • The Koreans are a very assiduous people, though the new generations of American-born Korean young people are turning against the traditions and that includes the very difficult language and becoming more and more everyday Amuricanized.

    Hell's Fury The Daily Growler 2006


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