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Peking earlier form of transliteration of the name of the Chinese capital Beijing.
Peking man the name given to a fossil hominid of the middle Pleistocene period, identified from remains found near Beijing in 1926.
Peking opera a stylized Chinese form of opera dating from the late 18th century, in which speech, singing, mime, and acrobatics are performed to an instrumental accompaniment.

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Peking

Peking: see Beijing, China.

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Peking

Peking See Beijing

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Peking

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