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Quan·zhou

 (chwän′jō′)
A city of southeast China on the Taiwan Strait southwest of Fuzhou. It was an important port during the Middle Ages.
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Quan•zhou

or Chuan•chow

(ˈtʃwɑnˈdʒoʊ)

n.
a seaport in SE Fujian province, in SE China, on Taiwan Strait. 410,229.
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