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The Smiths' 1,800-acre spread, the Sunshine Ranch, sits about 15 miles east of Amarillo.The Texas Drought Seen Firsthand from the Eyes of Ranchers|Malcolm Jones|August 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And so, to survive, she started showing up at the Amarillo Resource Center food bank, in the windswept Texas Panhandle.
One of my men will start for 270 Amarillo right away and keep him in sight till we come back.Shoe-Bar Stratton|Joseph Bushnell Ames
He had played on the Amarillo High football eleven and he knew how to “tackle.”
For, whether the chest was recovered or not, Frances proposed to go right on in the morning to Amarillo.
Amarillo—yellowish, hard, plentiful, strong; lasts well in water or ground; used for pillars and girders in native houses.Guatemala, the country of the future|Charles M. Pepper
He had seen a half-tamed steer roped and tied at an Amarillo street fair; but that was nothing like this.
name given to several species of American trees, from Spanish, from Arabic anbari "yellow, amber-colored," from anbar "amber" (see amber). The city Amarillo in Texas, U.S., may be so called from the color of the banks of a nearby stream.