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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A river, about 1,500 km (830 mi) long, of northwest China and southeast Kazakhstan flowing west into Lake Balkhash.

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Examples

  • See “Moldavsky sud opravdal obvinyaemogo v ubiystve Ili Zimina,” Kommersant, December 25, 2007.

    The Return

  • See “Moldavsky sud opravdal obvinyaemogo v ubiystve Ili Zimina,” Kommersant, December 25, 2007.

    The Return

  • See “Moldavsky sud opravdal obvinyaemogo v ubiystve Ili Zimina,” Kommersant, December 25, 2007.

    The Return

  • See “Moldavsky sud opravdal obvinyaemogo v ubiystve Ili Zimina,” Kommersant, December 25, 2007.

    The Return

  • Ili educated herself as an artist by studying the work of the old masters during her frequent travels in Italy and elsewhere.

    Ilona Kronstein.

  • Beginning in 1933, with the financial support of her husband, Ili rented a studio, where she spent each day and many evenings at her work, and where she also ran a salon.

    Ilona Kronstein.

  • Ilona (Ili) was born in Budapest, the eldest of three daughters of Sigmund (Zsiga) Neumann and Emma, née Deutsch.

    Ilona Kronstein.

  • In one of the Nazi street raids, Ili was forced to clean the sidewalk and in April 1938 she and Gerda were arrested and jailed for six weeks as hostages for Robert.

    Ilona Kronstein.

  • Circa 1908, when his textile firm went bankrupt, Sigmund moved with his family to Trieste, where Ili became fluent in Italian and also acquired a life-long affection for the country and its people.

    Ilona Kronstein.

  • This agreement enabled Ili to develop as an artist and yet be economically secure.

    Ilona Kronstein.

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