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a city in southeastern South Korea on the Korean Strait

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Ozer, D., Nalbant, S., Aktop, A., Duman, O., Keles., I., & Fusan Toraman, N.
I thank Fusan Akman, Olcay Akman, Maria Augustyniak, Wolf Blanckenhorn, Diane Byers, Doug Emlen, Kendra Greenlee, Jon Harrison, Axel Hochkirch, Munetoshi Maruyama, Daniel Otte, Ulrich Ratschker, Scott Sakaluk, Paul Schmid-Hempel, Alexander Shingleton, Robert Alexander, Nancy Beckage, Alexandre Latchininsky, Jeff Lockwood, David Stern, Yoshikazu Sugano, and Carie Weddle, for advice, help, and editorial comments.
Biely, A., Buday, T., Dudek, A., Fusan, O., Kodym, O., Kopecky, L., Kuthan, M., Malkovsky, M., Matejka, A., Sattran, V.
thn laparan, thn auto~ aposfigxa~ apopempei~, euren o pai~ lusa~ fusan uphnemion.
Victoria (Zen Buddhist, American), Moojan Momen (Baha'i, Iranian), and Fusan Zhao (Anglican, Chinese).
In an attempt to break the blockade, Russia sent its Baltic Fleet half way around the world and the two opposing forces met on May 27th, 1905, in the Straits of Tsushima, south of Fusan in Korea.
Chinese scholars, such as Lee Kuan Yew and Zhao Fusan, have written powerful condemnations of individualism.
As expressed by Zhao Fusan, "the process of economic reforms will naturally bring about a process of democratization [Chinese style], the setting up of checks and balances in political life and the rule of law"[82, pp.
Carino, ed., Christianity in China: Three Lectures by Zhao Fusan (Manila: Chinese Church Research Center, 1987); K.