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Paradise Valley

noun

  1. a town in SW Arizona.


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Wendy and her brothers moved from ranch to ranch, and she came of age in a settlement called Emigrant, in Montana’s Paradise Valley, where she rode her horse to school and was crowned rodeo queen.

If she defeated Paradise Valley Mayor Vernon Parker, Sinema would become the first openly bisexual House member.

What he didn't say was his real plan: to "kidnap" the pretty girl from Paradise Valley and make her his bride.

"Yet, there is so much beauty that it seems to me worthy of its name—Paradise Valley," remarked her mother.

When that picture was taken, the ranchmen had not invaded Paradise Valley.

The farmers now in Paradise Valley were irrigating as well as they could.

I had seen him in Paradise Valley, and so recognized him, though he did not notice me.

I dont reckon that Paradise Valley is any too lucky a place to live in, after all.

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