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1. The Collection of 300 Tang Poems will be reprinted next month.
2. There's a tang of autumn in the air.
3. The beer had a sharp, bitter tang.
4. She could smell the salty tang of the sea.
5. The tang of some wild herb hung in the air.
6. There is a sharp tang mixed with an aroma reminiscent of fresh walnuts and hazelnuts.
7. Soon he would smell the first sour tang of winter on the sea breezes.
8. He was drinking grape Tang and vodka,[http://sentencedict.com/tang.html] a demented dormitory drink when mixers were scarce.
9. Holly and birch have a clean tang.
10. The lemon added a nice tang to the sauce.
11. It savoured the tang of Biff's own saliva, similarly flavoured, like a waxing and ebbing tide inside his mouth.
12. I wear a tang of aftershave and a clean shirt.
13. Like the yellow tang, this fish should be provided with plenty of algae.
14. The rivet would have gone through the tang of the triangular-shaped blade and acted as a pivot point.
15. The tang of some wild herb hung in the air: rosemary perhaps.
16. Christina could taste its salty tang and feel it settle stickily on her skin.
17. A faint breeze wafted a salty tang off the sea, jingled the rigging on the rows of yachts.
18. The first thing he noticed was the tang of disinfectant, mingled with the familiar smells of polish and coal ash.
19. Then suddenly the white cliffs, a salty tang in the air, a few sheep and a funereal sky.
20. The friendly contacts between our two peoples can go back to the Tang Dynasty.
21. The estimated time of burial was placed in the early Tang Dynasty.
22. The main benefits of the whole enterprise seem to have been Teflon, Tang, and a stack of very cool photographs.
23. She was sticky with his blood, could smell the metallic tang of spilled life.
24. A 12-hour plane flight away, San Francisco businesswoman Leslie Tang has learned a lot from her dad.
25. Karen reported the theft the police and the ranger, and spent hours driving around the roads looking for Tang.
26. Logs had been kindled in the hearth, and the room held the faint, acrid tang of woodsmoke.
27. Family quarrels have a total bitterness unmatched by others. Yet it sometimes happens that they also have a kind of tang, a pleasantness beneath the unpleasantness, based on the tacit understanding that this is not for keeps; that any limb you climb out on will still be there later for you to climb back. Mignon McLaughlin
28. This should effectively see off any disease which it appears the Regal Tang is suffering from.
29. My back ached, my bum was sore and my mouth caked with the rich tang of the wine.
30. Tarragon: Another strongly aromatic herb, tarragon has a hint of licorice and a subtle tang.