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Saigon (saɪˈɡɒn Pronunciation for Saigon

Definitions

noun

  1. the former name (until 1976) of Ho Chi Minh City

Example Sentences Including 'Saigon'

And Cameron Mackintosh managed to buzz a helicopter onto the set of Miss Saigon.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
I was in Saigon for a month once and in the hospital for another couple.
Wood, Ted Fools Gold
It all happened on the first glittering night of Miss Saigon.
Misc (1995)
It seemed insane to him that an Englishman, with no stake in the conflict, should run his wife as a whore in Saigon.
Bringle, Mary Death of an Unknown Man
Months later, Ernst and Gala set off by steamboat for Saigon.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
Nicole asked, `Oh, while I'm here, do you have Miss Saigon on tape?
Trenhalle, John A Means to Evil
On the other hand, in Ho Chi Minh City ( Saigon ), there are three million mopeds for nine million inhabitants.
British Medical Journal (2002)
So our ambassador was dispatched to procure from a reluctant Saigon government an invitation for a decision already made.
The Australian (2004)
Vitaly was the foreman and Leonid, who had fought on the Soviet side in Saigon , now ran this rig in the heart of Ukraine.
Timothy Taylor THE BURIED SOUL: How Humans Invented Death (2002)

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