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Kulun

[koo-loon] /ˈkuˈlun/
noun
1.
Chinese name of Ulan Bator.
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  • There was stark amazement on Kulun's face; and fear now enough.

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  • It struck the wall close to where the scarlet armored Kulun had vanished.

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  • Queen Norhala—you shall wed my son Kulun, he who stands beside me.

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  • The arm dropped Cherkis's son at Cherkis's feet; and as though Kulun had been a grape—it crushed him!

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  • The scarlet armored Kulun beside him, swordsmen guarding them, he walked to the verge of the torn gap in the wall.

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  • He passed the insults by, unmoved—although I heard a murmuring go up from those near and Kulun's hard eyes blazed.

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British Dictionary definitions for Kulun

Kulun

/ˈkuːˈluːn/
noun
1.
the Chinese name for Ulan Bator
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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