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Coyang

Place

Coyang is a village in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It lies at an altitude of 4718 metres. The village has a population of about 308.

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Google previewUniversal dictionary of weights and measures, ancient and modern (1857)

reduced to the standards of the United States of America by John Henry Alexander

Coyang. for ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Trade, Commerce, and Navigation, Etc (1844)

CoyANG. A dry measure of India of about 100 bushels. CRAB. A small capstan or wooden pillar, either upon a separate stand or moveable frame, or else a fixture. It differs from a capstan in having no drum head, and different bars, for instead of the holes around a circle, as in the drum head of a capstan, each hole having a bar appropriated to it, the crab has two or three holes at different heights, and the bars used to turn it round are much longer, and pass quite through the centre of ...

Google previewThe London Commercial Dictionary, and Sea-port Gazetteer, Exhibiting a Clear View of the Commerce and Manufactures of All Nations; and Their Several Products (1819)

With the Name of Each in Every European Language ... To which is Added an Appendix Containing Tables of ... Duties ... by William Anderson (of London.)

Coyang Dry Measure is 800 bamboos, each bamboo about an English gallon.” —Milburne's “Oriental Commerce.” BENGAL, a country of Hindoostan, in Asia, bounded on the W. by Nissa and Bahar, N. by Bootan, E. by Assam and Cassay, and S. by the Bay of Bengal, and is reckoned the storehouse of the East.—See Calcutt A. BEN-NUTS.—(DA. Bennödder.—Du. Behennooten.—FR. Noix de behem.—GE. Salbmisse.—IT. Noci di been. Ghiande unguentarie.—LAT.

Google previewThe Commercial Cyclopaedia; Or Dictionary of Practical Commerce (1833)

Comprehending Details of Trade; a Succinct Description of Articles of Produce and Manufacture; an Account of Monies and Exchanges; the Situation, Extent, and Commercial Character of Countries, &c., &c by Joseph Macardy

Rice, on whatever bottom exported, and to whatever country, pays a duty of 2 florins per coyang of 27 piculs. Goods are received in entrepôt not only at Batavia , but at the ports of Samarang, Sourabaya, and Anjier in Java, and Rhio in the Straits of Malacca, on payment of a duty of one per cent. levied on the invoice value. Money.—Accounts are kept at Batavia, in the florin or guilder, divided into centimes, or 100 parts, represented by a copper coinage or doits. The florin is a new coin ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical, of Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World Illustrated with Maps (1854)

by John Ramsay McCulloch

The coyang of rice is equivalent to 3,300 lbs. Dutch. The coins iu use are similar to those current in the ...

Google previewA dictionary, geographical, statistical, and historical, of the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world (1866)

by John Ramsay M'Culloch

The coyang of rice is equivalent to 3,300 lbs. Dutch. The coins in use are similar to those current in the ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical (1851)

Of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World by John Ramsay McCulloch

The coyang of rice is equivalent to 3,300 lbs. Dutch. The coins in use are similar to those current in the ...

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Scrabble value of C3O1Y4A1N1G2

The value of this 6-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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