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Originally appearing in Volume V01, Page 907 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ANADYR (1) a gulf, and (2) a river, in the extreme N.E. of Siberia, in the Maritime Province. The gulf extends from Cape Chukchi on the north to Cape Navarin on the south, forming part of the Bering Sea. The river, taking its rise in the Stanovoi mountains as the Ivashki or Ivachno, about 67° N. lat. and 173° ANAESTHESIA 907 E. long., flows through the Chukchi country, at first south-west and then east, and enters the Gulf of Anadyr after a course of about 500 M. The country through which it passes is thinly populated, barren and desolate. For nine months of the year the ground is covered with snow. Reindeer, upon which the in-habitants subsist, are found in considerable numbers.
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ANADYOMENE ('AvaSvoj v )
ANAEMIA (from Gr. ay-, privative, and aiµa, blood)...

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