Examples from the Web for tarim
The waterway I intended to use was the river which in its upper course is called the Yarkand, and in its lower the Tarim.
After the rivers have mingled their waters, the united main stream is called the Tarim.
Nestorian Christianity also existed in the Tarim basin and became prominent in the seventh century.
Here he procured a Kathiri escort and pushed on through Saiyun to Tarim, the former capital.
The importance of the Tarim basin is due to the excellent preservation of its records and its close connection with China.