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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of north-central China west-southwest of Beijing. It is the capital of Ningxia Hiuzu province. Population: 516,000.

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  • proper n. the capital city of Ningxia Hui autonomous region in China.

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  • Yinchuan Xinhua, with four department stores and 23 supermarkets in Yinchuan, owns the largest market share in the capital city of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region.

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  • Xinhua/ZUMA Press GOING TO MECCA: Muslims prepared to board a plane at Yinchuan Hedong Airport in Yinchuan, Ningxia, China, Thursday.

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  • Xinhua/Zuma Press Gold decorations for the Chinese Lunar New Year of the dragon in Yinchuan, China China's consumption of gold jewelry jumped 16% last year to a record 514 metric tons, according to metals consultancy GFMS. Meanwhile, India, the world's largest gold consumer, saw jewelry demand slip.

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  • Reuters Chinese paramilitary troops during a break in a training session Thursday at a military base in Yinchuan.

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  • The largest price increases occurred in the central city of Luoyang and the western cities of Yinchuan and Lanzhou, with average prices rising at least 4% in July from a year earlier.

    China's Urban Property Prices Climb

  • The largest price increases were recorded in the central city of Luoyang and western cities of Yinchuan and Lanzhou, with average prices rising 4.0% or more in July from a year earlier.

    China Property Prices Rise Again

  • Reuters MILITARY TRAINING: Paramilitary policemen attended a training session at a military base in Yinchuan, in the Ningxia Hui autonomous region of China, Tuesday.

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  • Wumart bought Yinchuan Xinhua Co in April as part of its expansion outside Beijing.

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  • If there really is a line, it would be the one running NS from Yinchuan to Kunming, which is, in fact 2 fault lines approxinately lined up by coincidence.

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  • A native of Yinchuan, China, she was an editor and foreign correspondent for the Xinhua News Agency in China, Thailand and Afghanistan.

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