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russia history


soviet union merger of multiple soviet republics under one central government and economy
petroleum liquid mixture of hydrocarbons used for fuel
extract to remove or pull out
corporation a large business or organization
urban of or relating city
silberia region in north Russia extending from the Urals to the pacific
permafrost a layer of soil that is always frozen in very cold regions of the world
aral sea large salt lake between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
pollution action or substance that make land, water, air etc dirty and not safe or suitable to use
modify to make basic or fundamental changes to something else
adapt to make fit without change
drastic extreme in effect or action ; considers severe or serious
consequence something that happens as a result of a particular action or set of conditions
republic a country that is governed by elected representatives and by an elected leader
distribution the way that something is divided or spread out
market economy an economic system in which prices are based on competition among private business and not controlled by a government
collapse to break apart and fall down suddenly
enterprise a project or activity that involves many people and that is often difficult
restrict to limit or prevent someone from doing something or something from happening
impose to force or cause someone to accept someone by authority
unified to bring or join together
gender the state of being male or female
polarize to break apart or separate into different groups
competition the act or process or trying to get to win something
manifestation a sign that shows something clearly
assimilate to adopt the ways of another culture
promote to help happen, develop or increase
toleration to permit or allow to happen or occur
orthodox accepting and closely following the traditional beliefs and customs of a religion
contest or fight for or against something
Created by: cfierros01