- The first snow fell and quickly melted, turning roads into stretches of mud, a phenomenon known as rasputitsa in Russia.
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- Rasputitsa: Autumn rains make poor-quality Russian roads impassable.
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- Russians have coined a word, rasputitsa, to describe the time of year when roads are impassable.
- Rasputitsa represents an excellent chance for the Soviets to play replacements, so Note that, because of Rasputitsa, neither the Soviet nor.
- Transliterated Dictionary of the Russian Language / Russian
- rasputitsa (n.f.) season of bad roads rasputnyi (adj.
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- The rasputitsa (Russian: распу́тица) refers to the biannual seasons when unpaved roads become difficult to traverse in parts of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.
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- File:Savrasov rasputitsa.JPG. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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- Feb 1, 2009 These are from our trek along the C&O Canal in the Imperial City. A pleasantly balmy day around 50.
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