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Satellite
Government control of soviet union
Bolsheviks
Group behiund Russian Revolution 1917.
Socialists Realism
Political Art
Chernozem
Rich black soil in Russia.
Catherine The Great
Leader who got a warm water port.
Perestroika
Restructioning
Kolkhoz
Small Soviet Farm
Kievan Rus
UNion of Slavic city states.
Slavs
Dominant ehtnic group in Russian culture.
Glasnost
Political openess
Ethnic Group
People who share language, religion, or union.
Comminism
Systenm of Government under Soviet Union.
Black Market
illegal way to buy goods.
Hydroelectric
Power from rivers and lakes.
Czar
Supreme leader of Russia
Nuclear Waste
Radio active material.
Coldwar
Struggle between communism and capitalism.
Permafrost
Layer of frozen soil.
Atheism
Belief that there is no god.
Chernbobyl
Site of radio active fallout.
Embargo
Blocking of exports and imports.
Mosque
Islamic place of worship.
Caspian Sea
Largest inland body of water on earth.
Kazakhstan
Country north of Caspian Sea.
Algeria
Country in north Africa
Yemen
Country at the tip of the Arabian Penisula.
Egypt
One of the most populated country in this region.
Afghanistan
Mountainous country, involved in the war on terrism.
Gaza Strip
Land between Isreal and Palistinians.
Kuwait
Invaded be Iraq, during the Persian Gulf War.
Cuneiform
Sumerian writing.
Abraham
Messanger ir Profet.
OPEC
Organization of oil producing countries.
Alluvial
Soil dependent by a river
GDP
Income of a country.
Nile River
Longest river in the world Egypt's main waterway.
Petrochemicals
Products used for making plastics and paints.
Bedouin
Wandering desert herder.
Jerusalem
Holy city in south west Asia.
Extended family
People including parents, children, and other relatives.
Delta
Desposit of soil and sand at amouth of a river.
Great Rift Valley
Crack in the earth in eastern Africa.
Subsistence Farming
Agriculture for local use.
Domesticate
to tame animals for use by people.
Oral Tradition
Passing along storysfrom one generation to the next.
War
Caused famine in Africa.
Ecotourism
Based on respect for the environment.
Apartheid
Seperation of races.
Cash Crops
Agriculture for sail.
AIDS
Drastically reducing population in Africa.
Songhai
West Africa trading Empire.
Sedentary Farming
Staying in one place to farm.
Escarpments
Steep cliffs or slopes.
Fault
Fracture in earth's crust.
Estuary
Body of water at the mouth of a river where it m,eets the ocean.
Sydmney
Large city in Australia
Typhoon
Storm in Pacific.
Lagoon
Shallow pool of clear water.
Austrailia
Largest country in South pacific.
Graet Barrier Reef
Natural wonder.
New Zealand
World producer of Kiwi fruit.
Oceania
Area with 1,000s of islands.
Antartica
Coldest continent in the world.
Marsupial
Austrailian native animal.
Aborigines
Austrailia's earliest people.
Strine
Form of English spoken in Austrailia.
Copra
Dried coconut meat.
Atoll
Ring-shaped island.
Tahiti
Island in Polynesia.
Crevasse
Crack in Ice
Food Processing
Industry in Australia and New Zealand.
Melbourne and Sydney
2 largest cities in Austrailia.
Textiles
Industry in Oceania
Auckland and Christ Church.
Oceania's largest cities.
Austrailia
World's largest producers of wool.
New Zealand
World producer of Kiwi fruit.
Oceania
Area with 1,000s of islands.
Antartica
Coldest continent in the world.
Marsupial
Austrailian native animal.
Aborigines
Austrailia's earliest people.
Strine
Form of English spoken in Austrailia.
Copra
Dried coconut meat.
Atoll
Ring-shaped island.
Tahiti
Island in Polynesia.
Crevasse
Crack in Ice
Food Processing
Industry in Australia and New Zealand.
Melbourne and Sydney
2 largest cities in Austrailia.
Textiles
Industry in Oceania
Auckland and Christ Church.
Oceania's largest cities.
Austrailia
World's largest producers of wool.
Satellite
Government control of soviet union
Bolsheviks
Group behiund Russian Revolution 1917.
Socialists Realism
Political Art
Chernozem
Rich black soil in Russia.
Catherine The Great
Leader who got a warm water port.
Perestroika
Restructioning
Kolkhoz
Small Soviet Farm
Kievan Rus
UNion of Slavic city states.
Slavs
Dominant ehtnic group in Russian culture.
Glasnost
Political openess
Ethnic Group
People who share language, religion, or union.
Comminism
Systenm of Government under Soviet Union.
Black Market
illegal way to buy goods.
Hydroelectric
Power from rivers and lakes.
Czar
Supreme leader of Russia
Nuclear Waste
Radio active material.
Coldwar
Struggle between communism and capitalism.
Permafrost
Layer of frozen soil.
Atheism
Belief that there is no god.
Chernbobyl
Site of radio active fallout.
Embargo
Blocking of exports and imports.
Mosque
Islamic place of worship.
Caspian Sea
Largest inland body of water on earth.
Kazakhstan
Country north of Caspian Sea.
Algeria
Country in north Africa
Yemen
Country at the tip of the Arabian Penisula.
Egypt
One of the most populated country in this region.
Afghanistan
Mountainous country, involved in the war on terrism.
Gaza Strip
Land between Isreal and Palistinians.
Kuwait
Invaded be Iraq, during the Persian Gulf War.