Kansu

NOUN
  1. a province in north-central China; formerly part of the Silk Road to Turkistan and India and Persia
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How To Use Kansu In A Sentence

  • It lies 250 kilometers southwest of Lanchow, and is presently included in southwestern Kansu (Gansu) Province of China, near the border of Chinghai (Qinghai) Province. A Brief History of Labrang Monastery
  • He was born to missionary parents in Kansu in 1898 and later himself served as a missionary, military interpreter, and anthropologist.
  • It lies 250 kilometers southwest of Lanchow, and is presently included in southwestern Kansu (Gansu) Province of China, near the border of Chinghai (Qinghai) Province. A Brief History of Labrang Monastery
  • Many of the Shensi Muslims were driven from their homes and forced to take refuge in Kansu.
  • From Sian the quartet flew to Lanchow in Kansu province, located on the swiftly flowing Yellow River and noted for its huge water wheels—some more than a hundred feet in diameter—placed near the banks to provide local irrigation. The Last Empress
  • The boundary of Tibet in regard to China includes that portion of Sinkiang south of Kuenlun Range and Altyn Tagh, the whole territory of Chinghai, the western portion of Kansuh and Szechuan, including Tachienlu, and the northwestern portion of Yunnan, including Atuntzu. The Fight for the Republic in China
  • The sources said following the breaches the water had started flowing into the Dhakansu nala and the Pachisdara forcing the district administration to strengthen both the rivulets at strategic points.
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