Siberia

[ US /saɪˈbɪɹiə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a vast Asian region of Russia; famous for long cold winters
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How To Use Siberia In A Sentence

  • The exhibit will display pictures from his trek across Siberia.
  • During changeable weather, the temperature can veer from sub-Mediterranean to Siberian.
  • Siberia a country in which nothing will grow; in some parts there is wheat, and where _wheat_ will not grow _barley_ will, and where _barley_ will not grow _turnips_ will. Far Off
  • Now this remote region in northwest Siberia is under threat from global warming. Times, Sunday Times
  • Speaking from the Siberian city of Khanty-Mansiysk, where the ballot was held, CJ de Mooi, the president of the English Chess Federation, said: It was unbelievable. Chess world shocked as Karpov fails to capture top job
  • The study suggests that birds migrating from Siberia to Alaska are unlikely to carry the virus and that few of those birds ultimately fly farther south.
  • So even as they mutter racist slogans, members of Siberia's Lumpenproletariat benefit from proximity to the dragon.
  • The Siberian northern boreal forests, called Taiga, where the fires were burning are mainly spruce and fir trees.
  • Hadn't the Russians decided that Siberia-the old barless prison state of the czars and early Communists-was a more practical frontier than the moon? If the Stars are Gods
  • Also known as Siberian weasels, these little furbearers are found in Siberia, China and other parts of Asia.
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