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  • n. Plural form of Siberian.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Siberians are a strong people, hard working; during the war they were magnificent soldiers.

    CASTRO INTERVIEW ON RETURN FROM SOVIET TRIP

  • Sinful weapons are tools of the criminal trade: An AK-47, the Siberians' favorite, is a "saw"; a silenced rifle, a "whip."

    Here Come the Cops—Steppe on It

  • A present from St. Vincent, Lucile felt like adding, but said instead, "The Siberians have not yet learned to scamp their work, you know."

    CHAPTER 19

  • For example, one Israeli Druze community, according to its traditions, a group that migrated to the Levant from somewhere beyond Mesopotamia, appear to be ancestors of a base population with a fairly rare genetic lineage (haplogroup X) found in one type in Siberians and most of the Northern Indian tribes of North America, and in another type in Europe, going back at least 15,000 years ago and genetically unlike modern Jews andArabs.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More Interesting DNA Information

  • For Siberians, China has become a popular destination.

    Russians protest by emigrating, not demonstrating

  • What have the poor Siberians done to you lot? on October 14, 2009 at 12: 51 pm Fee

    The Laughing Policeman « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • By December 5, 1941, the German offensive to seize Moscow, Typhoon, had ground to a halt in the face of fresh new Soviet reinforcements, the feared Siberians.

    Deathride

  • But we are living in a new country now and I think that soon the world will recognize that Siberians not only mine the fuel of the Russian Federation but are the fuel of the Russian Federation.

    No Escape: Getting Out Of The Gulag

  • I am pleased that this contest is bringing attention to Siberians.

    No Escape: Getting Out Of The Gulag

  • For example, one Israeli Druze community, according to its traditions, a group that migrated to the Levant from somewhere beyond Mesopotamia, appear to be ancestors of a base population with a fairly rare genetic lineage haplogroup X found in one type in Siberians and most of the Northern Indian tribes of North America, and in another type in Europe, going back at least 15,000 years ago and genetically unlike modern Jews andArabs.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More Interesting DNA Information

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