- (from Wade–Giles) Yü-li
- An urban township in Hualien, Taiwan.
- 1951 November 26, “15 Killed, Over 200 Hurt In Latest Formosa Quakes”, in Victoria Daily Times, volume 118, number 279, Victoria, B.C., →ISSN, →OCLC, page 6, columns 6, 7:
- Sunday's quakes damaged the east coast railroad at seven places in the 75-mile stretch between Hualien and Taitung.
Hualien, hard hit by quakes that killed about 100 persons Oct. 22 and 23, suffered no casualties Sunday.
The rail towns of Yuli and Fuli 50 and 60 miles south, bore the bunt of the Sunday tremors.
- 1976 August 22, “New highway across island to be built in '78”, in 自由中國週報 [Free China Weekly], volume XVII, number 33, Taipei, →ISSN, →OCLC, page 4, column 1:
- Construction will begin in July 1978 from Hsinyi in Nantou county on the west side and in 1979 from Yuli in Hualien county on the east side.
- 2022 September 18, Ramzy, Austin, “Powerful Earthquake Strikes Taiwan, Killing at Least 1”, in The New York Times, →ISSN, →OCLC, archived from the original on 2022-09-19:
- A 6.8 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan killed at least one person and collapsed at least one building in the town of Yuli in Hualien County. […]
A worker at a cement factory in the town of Yuli died after equipment collapsed on him during the earthquake, Taiwan’s state-run Central News Agency said. Emergency crews were able to rescue four people who had been trapped in a building that collapsed in Yuli.
- Saul B. Cohen, editor (1998), “Yüli”, in The Columbia Gazetteer of the World, volume 3, New York: Columbia University Press, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 3539, column 3
- A county of Bayingolin prefecture, Xinjiang, China.
- 1984, Farouk El-Baz, editor, Deserts and Arid Lands, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 109:
- For example, during the reign of Han Cho Ti (86-74 B.C.) there were more than 500,000 mows of irrigated farmlands around Luntai (Lun-dai) and Yuli (Werli) cities in the lower reaches of the Tarim River.[...]Thus, the ancient extensive farmlands around Luntai and Yuli have now been all turned into shifting sands, and the famous ancient Loulan Kingdom, located at the western side of Lop Nur, has been utterly devastated into a wild landscape of yardang and barchan dunes.
- 2000, Paul Hattaway, Operation China: Introducing all the Pooples of China, Piquant, →ISBN, →OCLC, →OL, page 529:
- A 1987 study listed 25,000 speakers of the Lop Nur Uygur language in the eastern part of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.¹ They live near Lop Nur Lake, in a widespread area which includes Yuli County and Miran Township of Ruogiang County.
- 2006 April 3, Guljekre; Luisetta Mudie, “China Moves Farmers as Tarim River Waters Dwindle”, in Sarah Jackson-Han, editor, Radio Free Asia, archived from the original on 02 December 2008:
- In the current wave of relocations, more than 700 families on land reclaimed from the Tarim River are being moved to farmland near Yuli county, about an hour south of Korla, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
- 2007, Chen, Yaning; et al., “Ecological impacts of water resources utilization in the Tarim River Basin of China”, in Changes in Water Resources Systems: Methodologies to Maintain Water Security and Ensure Integrated Management, International Association of Hydrological Sciences, →ISBN, →ISSN, →OCLC, page 242:
- During the 24 years from 1959 to 1983, the desert area increased from 66.23% to 81.23%, especially in the lower reach of the Tarim River. Stormy weather increases over time. For example, in the Yuli County (located in the lower reach of the Tarim River) the days of sandstorms were 108 days in the 1970s, which was about two times of that in the 1960s. At present, the number of days of sandstorms are 130 days and the days of dust are 180 days.
- For more quotations using this term, see Citations:Yuli.
- A town in Yuli, Bayingolin prefecture, Xinjiang, China.
- Saul B. Cohen, editor (1998), “Yuli”, in The Columbia Gazetteer of the World, volume 3, New York: Columbia University Press, →ISBN, →LCCN, →OCLC, page 3539, column 3
- July (month)
(Gregorian calendar months) wata; Janairu, Fabrairu, Maris, Afrilu, Mayu, Yuni, Yuli, Agusta, Satumba, Oktoba, Nuwamba, Disamba (Category: ha:Gregorian calendar months)
Yuli (first-person possessive Yuliku, second-person possessive Yulimu, third-person possessive Yulinya)
- July (month)
Calendar months: Yanuaar/Yenner, Febrewaar/Hanning, Matz, Aprill, Moi, Yuni, Yuli/Tschulei, Aaguscht, Sepdember, Oktower, Nowember, Dezember/Grischtmunet