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Sut·lej

 (sŭt′lĕj′)
A river, about 1,450 km (900 mi) long, flowing from southwest Tibet through northern India and eastern Pakistan, where it is joined by the Chenab River. It is one of the five rivers of the Punjab.

Sutlej

(ˈsʌtlɪdʒ)
n
(Placename) a river in S Asia, rising in SW Tibet and flowing west through the Himalayas: crosses Himachal Pradesh and the Punjab (India), enters Pakistan, and joins the Chenab west of Bahawalpur: the longest of the five rivers of the Punjab. Length: 1368 km (850 miles)

Sut•lej

(ˈsʌt lɛdʒ)

n.
a river flowing W and SW from Tibet through NW India into the Indus River in Pakistan. 900 mi. (1450 km) long.
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