Kunlun Mountains

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Related to Kunlun Shan: Tien Shan, Tian Shan, Qilian Shan
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Noun1.Kunlun Mountains - a mountain range in western China that extends eastward from the Indian border for 1000 milesKunlun Mountains - a mountain range in western China that extends eastward from the Indian border for 1000 miles
Cathay, China, Communist China, mainland China, People's Republic of China, PRC, Red China - a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world
Muztag, Muztagh - a highest mountain peak in the Kunlun Shan in China; near the Indian border (23,891 feet high)
Ulugh Muz Tagh, Ulugh Muztagh - a mountain in the Kunlun range in China (25,340 feet high)
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Morrison described it as a "reciprocal visit because Australian naval vessels have visited China." "They were returning after a counter drug trafficking operation in the Middle East." The vessels appeared to be the Kunlun Shan, a Yuzhao class landing ship; the Luoma Lake replenishment ship and Xuchang, a modern frigate that is believed to be fitted with surface-to-air and anti-submarine missile systems.
President Alvi and the naval chief witnessed the international fleet review which comprised Turkish frigrate ship TCG Gokceada, China's Peoples Liberation Army (Navy) Kunlun Shan and Luoma Hu, United Kingdom's destroyer ship HMS Dragon, Royal Australia Navy's frigate Ballarat, American destroyer USS Decatur, Sri Lanka's offshore patrol vessel SLNS Sayurala, Royal Malaysian Navy's support ship KD Mahawangsa and small warship KD Kasturi, Italian Navy's frigate Carlo Margottini, Royal Navy of Oman's warship Al Rahmani and Pakistan Navy ships Aslat, Saif, Shamsheer, Khyber, Azmat, Alamgir and Pakistan Maritime Security ships Kashmir, Zhob, Himmat and Basol.
Turkish frigate TCG Gokceada, PLAN's Kunlun Shan and Luoma Hu, United Kingdom's HMS Dragon, Royal Australia Navy's Ballarat, American Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Decatur, Sri Lanka's off-shore patrol vessel SLNS Sayurala, Royal Malaysian Navy's support ship KD Mahawangsa and KD Kasturi, Italian Navy's Carlo Margottini, Royal Navy of Oman's Al Rahmani PNS Aslat, Saif, Shamsheer, Khyber, Azmat, Alamgir and Pakistan Maritime Security (PMSA) ships Kashmir, Zhob, Himmat and Basol were part of the fleet review.