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  1. Leb·a·non
    IPA[ˈlebəˌnən]
    • 1. a country in the Middle East, with a coastline on the Mediterranean Sea; population 4,017,100 (est. 2009); capital, Beirut; official language, Arabic.

    • 2. an industrial city in southeastern Pennsylvania, in Pennsylvania Dutch country; population 24,097 (est. 2008).

    • a country in the Middle East with a coastline on the Mediterranean Sea; population 4,017,100 (est. 2009); official language, Arabic; capital, Beirut.
    • a range of mountains in Lebanon that runs parallel to the Mediterranean coast. It rises to a height of 10,022 feet (3,087 m) at Qornet es Saouda and is separated from the Anti-Lebanon Mountains, on the border with Syria, by the Bekaa valley.
    • a range of mountains in Lebanon. Running parallel to the Mediterranean coast, it rises to a height of 3,087 m (10,022 ft) at Qornet es Saouda. It is separated from the Anti-Lebanon Mountains, on the border with Syria, by the Bekaa valley.
    • a range of mountains that run north to south along the border between Lebanon and Syria, east of the Lebanon range.
    • a range of mountains running north to south along the border between Lebanon and Syria, east of the Lebanon range.
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