10.70.0.0/16 would suppress more specific routes in this range. Any routes such as 10.3.0.0/xx would be advertised as it is and wouldn't be summarized as it doesn't fall within the 'area range' scope you configured on the ABR. You should have no problems with your proposed configuration.
Yes, as hritter stated the area id used in the area range command identifies the native area of the route(s) that's being summarized. In this case subnets of 10.7.0.0/xx exist in area 70 and are being summarized into area 0.
Another thing to bear in mind is if there are multiple ABRs connecting area 70 you need to configure the 'area range' command on all of them otherwise the more specific subnets will be leaked through another ABR.
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