Heilongjiang

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Hei·long·jiang

 (hā′lông′jyäng′) or Hei·lung·kiang (hā′lo͝ong′kyäng′)
1. A province of extreme northeast China bordering on Russia. Harbin is the capital.
2. See Amur.
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Heilongjiang

(ˈheɪˈlʊŋdʒaɪˈæŋ) or

Heilungkiang

n
(Placename) a province of NE China, in Manchuria: coal-mining, with placer gold in some rivers. Capital: Harbin. Pop: 38 150 000 (2003 est). Area: 464 000 sq km (179 000 sq miles)
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Hei•long Jiang

(ˈheɪˈlɔŋ ˈdʒyɑŋ)

n.
Chinese name of the Amur.

Hei•long•jiang

(ˈheɪˈlɔŋˈdʒyɑŋ)

also Hei•lung•kiang

(-ˈlʊŋˈgyɑŋ)

n.
a province in NE China, S of the Amur River. 36,720,000; 179,000 sq. mi. (463,600 sq. km). Cap.: Harbin.
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Heilungkiang