from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southeast Russia on the Amur River near the Chinese border. Located on the site of a fort established in 1652, it prospered after the coming of the railroad in 1905. Population: 579,000.
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- proper n. A large city in the far East of Russia, administrative centre of Khabarovsk kray.
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- n. a city on the Amur River on the border of China and the capital of Khabarovsk
- n. an administrative territory in Russia on the eastern coast of Siberia
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When we after an overnight flight arrived in Khabarovsk we were met by a lady who asked if we were the gentlemen without passports.
Authorities say rescue efforts have been hampered by fierce Arctic winds, near-zero visibility and shifting ice floe in Sakhalin Bay, located near the Khabarovsk region of the Russian mainland.
Gennady Onishchenko said Thursday the Panamanian-flagged vessel had delivered Russian timber to Japan before returning to the port of Vanino in Russia's Khabarovsk territory on Wednesday.
Instead, the project will begin this year so that production will coincide with the completion of a major pipeline from Sakhalin via Khabarovsk to Vladivostok.
Gazprom is building a new pipeline from Sakhalin through Khabarovsk to Vladivostok that will be ready this year, but it won't be able to fill the pipeline with gas from its own Sakhalin-2 and Sakhalin-3 projects.
Kim's train crossed into Russia on Saturday morning and passed through Khabarovsk before heading west along a railway running roughly parallel with Russia's borders with China and Mongolia.
After a few years, the Rader family moved from Khabarovsk to Moscow, which halved the distance she had to travel.
Operators booked connections from Gmunden to Vienna, then to Moscow, through to Vladivostok and finally Khabarovsk.
When the government offered incentives and subsidised housing to young couples to move to Siberia, he and his wife, Tanya, settled in Khabarovsk.
In Khabarovsk, her days were filled with picnics, walks, English-for-Russian lessons and, above all, conversation.