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Angara

[ ahng-guh-rah; Russian uhn-guh-rah ]
/ ˌɑŋ gə rɑ; Russian ʌn gʌˈrɑ /
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noun

a river in the S Russian Federation in Asia, flowing NW from Lake Baikal to the Yenisei River: called Upper Tunguska in its lower course. 1,151 miles (1,855 km) long.

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Angara
/ (Russian anɡaˈra) /

noun

a river in S Russia, in Siberia, flowing from Lake Baikal north and west to the Yenisei River: important for hydroelectric power. Length: 1840 km (1150 miles)
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