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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 Baikal 2898991911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Baikal BAIKAL (known to the Mongols as Dalai-nor, and
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  • Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume III Baikal 1968942Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume III — Baikal BAIKAL (i.e., Baïakhal, or Abundant Water)
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Baikal, Lake 84971The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Baikal, Lake Baikal (bī' käl), Lake, a large and very deep body
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  • of the Uda, at its confluence with the Selenga, 102 m. by rail E. of Lake Baikal, to which steamers ply. Pop. (1883) 4130; (1897) 8002. It was founded
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  • Achmatovsk near Zlatonst in the Urals, the River Wilui district near Lake Baikal in Siberia (" wiluite "), Christiansand in Norway, &c. When found in
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  • becoming scarce to the eastward of the Yenisei, and not extending beyond Lake Baikal. In winter it visits the whole of Europe and North Africa, occasionally
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  • The former rises in the mountains to the east of Lake Baikal, and falls into the head of the lake after a course of nearly 300 miles. The latter, which
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  • serious obstacles had to be overcome far from the base of supplies. Lake Baikal was a great barrier; steamers transported the cars in summer, and ice-breaking
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  • (near Lake Ala-kul and the present Russo-Chinese frontier in the Altai), or more probably at or near Karakorum itself, south-west of Lake Baikal—Andrew
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  • who dwell in the vicinity of the Baikal Lake, for the most part in the government of Irkutsk and the Trans-Baikal Territory. They are divided into various
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  • Earthquakes are frequent, especially in Armenia, Turkestan and around Lake Baikal. With the rich botanic materials which we are already in possession of
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  • locality for lapis lazuli is in Siberia near the western extremity of Lake Baikal, where it occurs in limestone at its contact with granite. Fine masses
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  • in summer it also reaches Alaska and Greenland and extends across to Lake Baikal. The winter migration extends to Burma for the Asiatic swallows and to
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  • 16 — Lena LENA, a river of Siberia, rising in the Baikal Mountains, on the W. side of Lake Baikal, in 54º 10' N. and 107º 55' E. Wheeling round by the
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  • passing along the southern shores of the Caspian and Sea of Aral by Lake Baikal to the Sea of Okhotsk. Its most northern range is the territory of the
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  • from the right. The Upper Tunguzka, known also as the Angara, drains Lake Baikal, and is navigable from Irkutsk. The Yenisei continues N. to the Arctic
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  • the trains on board. Vessels of this type plied on Lake Baikal before the opening of the circum-Baikal section of the Trans-Siberian Railroad. They are
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  • inscriptions, as they were found in Mongolia to the south of Lake Baikal, between the river Orkhon and Lake Koshp-Tsaidam. The most important are a mortuary inscription
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  • flows generally N. nearly as far as 52° N., when it turns W. and enters Lake Baikal on the S.W., forming a delta. It is navigable from Kiakhta downwards
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  • Ledyard left Dr Brown at Barnaul, went on to Tomsk and Irkutsk, visited Lake Baikal, and descended the Lena to Yakutsk (18th of September 1787). With Captain
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