Blue Ridge


  1. a mountain range extending SW from N Virginia to N Georgia: part of the Appalachian Mountains.

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One of the best vegan memories in recent months is the chef’s Blue Ridge bowl with local vegetables and basmati rice, over which a server pours an amber liquid that tastes like the distillation of a garden with a whisper of ginger.

It was the result of the first of two mountain-building events that resulted in today’s Blue Ridge — the Grenville orogeny of 1 billion years ago.

Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for the Allegheny Front and Blue Ridge tonight.

Sales have doubled over the past week at Blue Ridge Arsenal in Chantilly, Va., according to store manager Donnel Dover.

Well, we had moved from Florida to the foothills of the Blue Ridge here (in North Carolina).

There was, I believe, a record or two in there by John Hurt, and the ‘Blue Ridge Mountain Blues’ by Riley Puckett.

Beautiful beyond description the landscape, viewed from the passes of the Blue Ridge.

Or would he move his right flank along the Blue Ridge, crowding Lee to the seaboard?

At last it darkened and denned and so disappeared beyond a blue ridge not half a mile away from us.

The Blue Ridge forms an almost continuous chain from that point down to the north of Alabama.

The Blue Ridge is the most easterly range of the Appalachian mountain system.





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