Liaodong


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Liaodong

(ˈljaʊˈdʊŋ) or

Liaotung

n
1. (Placename) Liaodong Pensinsula a peninsula of NE China, in S Manchuria extending south into the Yellow Sea: forms the S part of Liaoning province
2. (Placename) Gulf of Liaodong the N part of the Gulf of Chihli, west of the Liaodong Peninsula

Liao•dong

or Liao•tung

(ˈlyaʊˈdɔŋ)

n.
1. a peninsula in NE China, extending S into the Yellow Sea.
2. Gulf of, a gulf W of this peninsula.
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When it returned to Dalian (a port city on the Liaodong Peninsula, at the southern tip of China's Liaoning Province) it was observed to have J-15 fighter jets and Z-18 helicopters on its deck.
Genetic diversity and structure of Manila clam (Ruditapes philippinarum) populations from Liaodong peninsula revealed by SSR markers.
Seismic reflection imaging of a major strike-slip fault zone in a rift system: Paleogene structure and evolution of the Tan-Lu fault system, Liaodong Bay, Bohai, offshore China.
As its name suggests, CNOOC's activities are concentrated in offshore fields, such as those in Liaodong, Bohai and Beihai.
Red Beach National Scenic Corridor is one part of the Liaodong bay coastline, which stretches for 118 kilometers in Panjin city, extending in the shape of a trumpet.
The average of Grassforb Community's PUE in semihumid regions is the highest, and it is significantly higher than the national average of Grassforb Community, especially in a small number of regions on the Shandong Peninsula, the Liaodong Peninsula, and in southwestern Liaoning.
Compared with some bays and estuaries in China, the Cd concentrations in the inshore sediments of Caofeidian were higher except for the Liaodong Bay (Table 2).
Furthermore, the conglomerate advised China to reject HSBC's offer, reasoning that Great Britain had done nothing for China since its defeat, in contrast to Russia, which, in collaboration with other European powers, had forced the Japanese victors to return the Liaodong Peninsula to China.
This was only the beginning of several attacks on the commanderies of Yunzhong [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Dai [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and Liaodong [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], about which the emperor was disgruntled.