Crossword clues for amur
- East Asian river
- Long Asian river
- Asian boundary river
- Siberian river
- NE Asian river
- Long river in NE Asia
- Sino-Soviet river
- Grain-producing Soviet oblast
- Russian bay
- Sino-Soviet border river
- Chinese border river
- Asiatic border river
- River of Asia
- Soviet-Manchurian river
- River rising in Mongolia
- Sino-Russian border river
- River in E Asia
- Great Asian river
- Manchurian border river
- Asian border river
- China-Russia boundary river
- Russia/Manchuria boundary river
- Russia/China border river
- Tatar Strait feeder
- Border river between China and Russia
- An Asian river between China and Russia
- Flows into the Sea of Okhotsk
- River between Manchuria and U.S.S.R.
- Khabarovsk's river
- Sino-Russian river
- U.S.S.R.-China river
- Sea of Okhotsk feeder
- Asian river
- U.S.S.R.-China river boundary
- River between Manchuria and the U.S.S.R.
- U.S.S.R.-China border river
n. (rfdef same as white amur? English)
For "Ural Trucks" see Ural Automotive Plant
AMUR (Russian АМУР) is an initialism for ЗАО Автомобили и моторы Урала (English: JSC "Ural Automobiles and Motors") - a Russian company, a former manufacturer of commercial vehicles, located in Novouralsk, a closed town in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia. Prior to 2004, AMUR was called Уральский автомоторный завод ("Ural Automotive Plant" (UamZ))).
AMUR declared bankruptcy and ceased operations in 2012 with all assets to be sold off.
Usage examples of "amur".
I witnessed on the Amur, and during which scores of thousands of these intelligent animals came together from an immense territory, flying before the coming deep snow, in order to cross the Amur where it is narrowest--in all these scenes of animal life which passed before my eyes, I saw Mutual Aid and Mutual Support carried on to an extent which made me suspect in it a feature of the greatest importance for the maintenance of life, the preservation of each species, and its further evolution.
When I crossed the high plateau and its border ridge, the Great Khingan, on my way from Transbaikalia to Merghen, and further travelled over the high prairies on my way to the Amur, I could ascertain how thinly-peopled with fallow deer these mostly uninhabited regions are.
I found the Cossacks in the villages of that gorge in the greatest excitement, because thousands and thousands of fallow deer were crossing the Amur where it is narrowest, in order to reach the lowlands.
For several days in succession, upon a length of some forty miles up the river, the Cossacks were butchering the deer as they crossed the Amur, in which already floated a good deal of ice.
Even now-a-days the Russian peasants, if they are not quite broken down by misery, migrate in communities, and they till the soil and build the houses in com mon when they settle on the banks of the Amur, or in Manitoba.
The double river-systems of the Volga and Kama, the Obi and Irtish, the Angara and Yenisei, the Lena and Vitim on the Arctic slope, the Amur and Sungari on the Pacific slope, are instances.
Even China allowed the Cossacks to settle on the banks of the Amur, though the treaty of Nerchinsk required the Russians to withdraw from that basin in 1689.
Hence, in 1851, Muraviov established the factory of Nikolaievsk, near the mouth of the Amur, and those of Mariinsk and Alexandrovsk at either end of the portage connecting that river with the Bay of Castries.
Lastly, in 1860, while the Anglo-French forces were entering Pekin, Russia obtained without a blow the cession of the region south of the Amur and east of the Ussuri, stretching along the coast to the Corean frontier.
Of these subdivisions the chief are those of the Ob, Yenisei, Lena, and Amur basins.
The extreme eastern regions of the Amur basin and Russian Manchuria, being warmer, more humid and fertile, also abound more in animal life than the other parts of Asiatic Russia.
In 1857, an American named Collins came forward with a scheme for the formation of an Amur Railway Company, to lay a line from Irkutsk to Chita.
The Transbaikalian section takes the line from Lake Baikal to the great Amur River.
From this point to the Amur, where Manchuria is reached, the line is carried down the Pacific slope, through one of the wildest and most romantic tracks ever penetrated by railway engineers.
A relic from the bad old days, when outlaw logging outfits ran wild in the country south of the Amur and east of the Ussuri, clearcutting vast areas of supposedly protected forest with no more than token interference from the paid-off authorities, shipping the lumber out to the ever-hungry Chinese and Japanese markets.