Sinuiju

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Sin·ui·ju

 (shĭn′wē-jo͞o′)
A city of western North Korea on Korea Bay at the mouth of the Yalu River. It is a port and railroad terminus connected by bridge with Dandong, China.
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Sinǔiju

(sɪˌnuːɪˈdʒuː)
n
(Placename) a port in North Korea, on the Yalu River opposite Dandong, China: developed by the Japanese during their occupation (1910–45); industrial centre. Pop: 349 000 (2005 est)
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Sin•ui•ju

(ˈʃɪnˈwiˈdʒu)

n.
a city in W North Korea, on the Yalu River. 500,000.
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