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Liao·yang

 (lyou′yäng′)
A city of northeast China south-southwest of Shenyang. One of the oldest cities in Manchuria, it was the site of a Russian victory (August-September 1904) in the Russo-Japanese War.

Liaoyang

(ˈljaʊˈjæŋ)
n
(Placename) a city in NE China, in S Manchuria, in Liaoning province: a regional capital in the early dynasties. Pop: 752 000 (2005 est)

Liao•yang

(ˈlyaʊˈyɑŋ)

n.
a city in central Liaoning province, in NE China. 492,559.
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1904 Japan defeats Russian forces at Liaoyang in China.
The State Council has approved the 2017 amendment to the overall city planning (2001-2020) of Liaoyang in Northeast Chinas Liaoning province.
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1) Liaoning Province Livestock and Poultry Genetic Resources Conservation and Utilization Center, Liaoyang 111000, China.
The State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS) decided to shut down eight coal mines around the country, including a mine in the city of Liaoyang, Liaoning Province, where a gas blast in March left 22 people dead.
In 1621, this khanate seized major Han-Chinese towns in near north-east China, and moved its capital to LiaoYang [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'warm-side of Liao River'] (present-day Liaoyang).
2 Coal Mine in Liaoyang City when the accident happened at noon, Xinhua quoted the State Administration of Work Safety as announcing in a statement.
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Among the expansions are Sinopec, which is slated to bring on 240,000 barrels a day in capacity at plants including those at Beihai, Cangzhou, Jingmen and Jinan, and PetroChina which will boost its throughput at Yinchuan, Liaoyang and Fushun.
2 mm were provided by Liaoyang Petrochemical Company, China.