The Australian embargo, dust-storms in the steppes of Russia, rumors of war, all had contributed to send prices soaring.
They are also found on the steppes bordering the Caspian and Aral Seas.
He is coming across the steppes, and from London, to give us services.
Suddenly all came to life; the forests, the pools, the steppes.
The rearing of live-stock is largely carried on on the steppes.
It was a north-easter, laden with dust, and a sense of frozen Siberian steppes.
We heard later that they thought they were being vaccinated against small-pox, a disease much feared in the steppes.
Rather than give these up some of them would have sold half the steppes.
I will ride northward with you to the steppes of the kozaki.
This was kumiss, a fermented mare's milk which was the wine and water of the steppes.
vast treeless plain of southeastern Europe and of Asia, 1670s, from Russian *step', of unknown origin.