Examples of steppe in a Sentence
nomads have long grazed yaks on the steppes of Mongolia
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Viktoria Latishova, a 19-year-old waitress in Saransk on the edge of the steppe, rejoiced at meeting an American for the first time, spilling with curiosity despite her limited English.
Briefly: Sweltering summer temperatures could be a problem for teams coming to the southern Russian steppe to play group or last-16 games in Rostov-on-Don.
In the east, thousands of blind storytellers once wandered the Kharkiv steppe doing the same.
In addition to the steppes of Mongolia, destinations include the Australian Outback; the wild lands of Rwanda and Tanzania; the Buddhist sites of Tibet; and the salt flats, volcanoes and hot springs of Bolivia.
Then later waves of Bronze Age migrants—in Europe’s case, herders from the Central Asian steppe—moved in and established the population structure scientists see today.
The steppe around Tuvshruulekh is littered with animals that have frozen to death.
Their curved snouts facilitate heat exchange and keep out dust common on Eurasian steppe, Yin writes—a specialized adaptation that may make saigas more vulnerable to changing climate and environmental conditions.
Overnight at Eolo Lodge in the steppes of Southern Patagonia, Province of Santa Cruz, Argentina.
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: a large, flat area of land with grass and very few trees especially in eastern Europe and Asia
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