the capital of the Jewish Autonomous Region, in E Siberia, in the SE Russian Federation in Asia, W of Khabarovsk.
an autonomous region in the Khabarovsk territory of the Russian Federation in E Siberia. 13,900 sq. mi. (36,000 sq. km).
a city in SE Russia: capital of the Jewish Autonomous Region. Pop: 77 250 (2002)
another name for the Jewish Autonomous Region
an administrative division of SE Russia, in E Siberia: colonized by Jews in 1928; largely agricultural. Capital: Birobidzhan. Pop: 190 900 (2002). Area: 36 000 sq km (13 895 sq miles) Also called Birobidzhan, Birobijan
a two-wheeled cart, usually drawn by three mules, used for transporting commercial goods and one or two passengers.
force; energy; vigor. emphasis in statement, speech, etc. a whirring sound. to move with or make a whirring sound. a paper money, silver coin, and monetary unit of Ethiopia, equal to 100 cents: replaced the Ethiopian dollar in 1976. Historical Examples Ireland under the Tudors, Volume I (of II) Richard Bagwell Notable Events of the […]
biretta. a stiff square cap with three or four upright projecting pieces extending from the center of the top to the edge, worn by ecclesiastics. noun (RC Church) a stiff clerical cap having either three or four upright pieces projecting outwards from the centre to the edge: coloured black for priests, purple for bishops, red […]
a hooded cloak of coarse wool, a common article of apparel in the later Roman Empire. Historical Examples Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 4 Various