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Salween

[ sal-ween ]
/ ˈsæl win /
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noun
a river in southeastern Asia, flowing south from southwestern China through eastern Myanmar (Burma) to the Bay of Bengal. 1,750 miles (2,815 km) long.
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Salween
/ (ˈsælwiːn) /

noun
a river in SW Asia, rising in the Tibetan Plateau and flowing east and south through SW China and Myanmar to the Gulf of Martaban. Length: 2400 km (1500 miles)
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