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A·lai

or A·lay  (ä′lī′)
A mountain range of southwest Kyrgyzstan. A western branch of the Tien Shan, it extends about 322 km (200 mi) west from the Chinese border and rises to 5,880 m (19,291 ft).
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Alai

(ɑːˈlaɪ)
n
(Placename) a mountain range in central Asia, in SW Kyrgyzstan, running from the Tian Shan range in China into Tajikistan. Average height: 4800 m (16 000 ft), rising over 5850 m (19 500 ft)
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