or Sining or Hsi-Ning geographical name city NW China capital of Qinghai population 551,776

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  • Xining — [shē′niŋ′] city in NW China; capital of Qinghai province: pop. 552,000 …   English World dictionary

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  • Xining — Original name in latin Xining Name in other language Hsi ning, Hsi ning shih, Shining shehiri, Si ning, Siniin, Sinin, Sining, Sining hsien, Siningas, Siningfu, Sinino, Tay Ninh, Ty Ninh, XNN, Xining, Xining Shi, shynyngh, sinin, sining si,… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Xining — noun /ˈʃiːˈnɪŋ/ A city in northwestern China, capital of Qinghai Province …   Wiktionary

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