Khyber Pass

NOUN
  1. a mountain pass of great strategic and commercial value in the Hindu Kush on the border between northern Pakistan and western Afghanistan; a route by which invaders entered India
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How To Use Khyber Pass In A Sentence

  • One of the many highlights of that trip was a drive to and on the legendary Khyber Pass.
  • One of the many highlights of that trip was a drive to and on the legendary Khyber Pass.
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  • Nor were they going to the Khyber pass, but to Jalalabad, which, along with the Kandahar garrison, remained unconquered.
  • Neighborhood patrol: Pakistani troops patrol on tanks during a military operation on Jan. 2 in Jamrud, the gateway to the famed Khyber Pass linking Pakistan and Afghanistan.
  • Hence it is brought to one of 60 illicit processing laboratories dotted around the Khyber Pass.
  • It was as one crossed the frontier, debouching from the Khyber Pass, that one saw evidence of an altogether different lifestyle and the corruption that accompanies it.
  • The Khyber Pass itself is a place of rich history, wild majesty and unique cultural dignity.
  • The vast bulk of Nato supplies arrive in Afghanistan by trucks that haul equipment up from the port of Karachi to the Khyber Pass, a key crossing point over the mountainous border into Afghanistan.
  • At the same time, the Iranian revolution closed off an important route for drug smugglers, who began transporting locally produced heroin eastward through the Khyber Pass and down to the port of Karachi. The Lawless Frontier
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