Two years into an Arctic expedition, they were forced to abandon ship a thousand miles north of Siberia.
Sure, Putin may ride horses shirtless in Siberia, but could he bust a move like late Russian President Boris Yeltsin?
Girls from Siberia found jobs at new restaurants, boutiques and beauty salons.
Hamilton left CSC and joined Phonak, and Ufe began freezing BBs, a method he called Siberia.
Anna Nemtsova reports on the harsh conditions that await the young mothers in Mordovia and Perm, the ‘gateway to Siberia.’
Who knows when America will step over and purchase half of Siberia?
It is only thirteen leagues distant from the eastern cape of Siberia.
Game is plentiful in most parts of Siberia, but the Russians are no great sportsmen, except those who make a living by hunting.
"Siberia," came the reply in one word, uttered calmly and coldly.
The rebchik, or wood-hen, is found throughout Siberia, and is much cheaper in the market than any kind of domestic fowl.
region in northwestern Asia, the name said to come from Sibir, ancient Tatar fortress at the confluence of the Tobol and Irtysh rivers. As a typical place of miserable banishment, it is attested from 1841. Related: Siberian.
Note: Known for its vast space, long and severely cold winters, and few inhabitants widely scattered in small settlements, Siberia has been for many centuries a place of political and criminal exile for Russians who anger the government's authorities.