noun, plural al·a·mos. Southwestern U.S.
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Like Alamos, Atla-Hi has the reputation for being a mysteriously dangerous place.
He'd even guessed she might be coming down with Alamos fever.
Those from nine miles southeast of Alamos (P. artus) are smallest.
At least it fitted with the Atla-Hi violet and the Alamos blue being brighter than the other colors.
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Cultural definitions for alamos
A fort, once a chapel, in San Antonio, Texas, where a group of Americans made a heroic stand against a much larger Mexican force in 1836, during the war for Texan independence from Mexico. The Mexicans, under General Santa Anna, besieged the Alamo and eventually killed all of the defenders, including Davy Crockett.