Yenisey


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Ye·ni·sey

also Ye·ni·sei ?(yĕn′ĭ-sā′, yĭ-nĭ-syā′)
A river of central Russia flowing about 4,090 km (2,540 mi) westward and generally north to the Kara Sea through Yenisey Bay, a long estuary.
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Noun1.Yenisey - a Russian river in SiberiaYenisey - a Russian river in Siberia; rises in mountains near the Mongolian border and flows generally northward into the Kara Sea
Siberia - a vast Asian region of Russia; famous for long cold winters
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Yildiz, Y., Serter, M., Etc, R.O., Ergin, K., Cecen, S., Demir, E.M., Yenisey, C., 2009.
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This subset of the show's images--made in Hawaii; the Orkney islands; Wester Ross, in the northwest Highlands of Scotland; the mouth of the Yenisey River on Russia's Arctic coast--might hint at the precariousness of our position in these liminal spaces, a subject that is certainly at the forefront of public consciousness, given the ever-increasing threat of hurricanes and rising tides.
With the help of his diary notes, Stadling told about how he travelled three hundred miles, drawn by dog teams or reindeer, across the tundra between the Lena and the Yenisey. They spoke in English, but sometimes Stadling changed to Russian in order to reproduce some characteristic local expressions.
Later, some of their tribes migrated to the region that is currently southern Siberia, and settled along the Yenisey River, where they lived from the 6th until the 8th centuries.
What large region of Russia lies between the Lena and Yenisey rivers?
Later, some of their tribes migrated to the region that is currently southern Siberia and settled along the Yenisey River, where they lived from the 6th until the 8th centuries.