Kalgan


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Kal·gan

 (käl′gän′)
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Kalgan

(ˈkɑːlˈɡɑːn)
n
(Placename) a former name of Zhangjiakou
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Zhang•jia•kou

(ˈdʒɑŋˈdʒyɑˈkoʊ)

also Changchiak'ou



n.
a city in NW Hebei province, in NE China. 605,906.
Formerly, Kalgan.
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Kalgan Consular Records presented new primary evidence about the
BODY FOUND: Mutilated body of the missing son of PPP district president in Battagram was found at Kalgan Mor here on Tuesday.
The four Australian splendid fairy wrens were spotted taking part in a comedy jostle for space in Judy Walker's five-acre garden in Kalgan, Western Australia.
MANSEHRA -- At least two persons died and two other injured on Thursday when two over speeding vehicles collided at Kalgan Vegetable and Fruit Market here.
9-Chebahe Mhareche : Inedite, femelle alezane de 3 ans, par Kalgan et Barda, il faudra d'entree la cocher dans une longue, car cette pensionnaire du tres efficace Haras du Mehareche, reste capable d'exploit a ce niveau.
1), comprises a level to very gently undulating landscape, internally drained to the east and dissected by the Kalgan River to the west.
On the contrary, the race does start and the solution to this problem is provided by a Chinese haulage company whose men and animals take the car up to the top of the mountains and on to the city of Kalgan. In order to overcome this obstacle, however, the Itala has to undertake a structural metamorphosis, a process that Marinetti's car will also undertake in the founding manifesto.
Particularly intrigued by a growing conflict between Japan and China, Jones ended up in Manchukuo where, near Kalgan, he met his end, on August 12, 1935, having been kidnapped.