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Examples from the Web for rockies
In the Rockies, the number climbs to 26 percent, and in the Southwest, fully a third are on board.America’s Slumbering Secession Obsession
September 23, 2014
A trip to the Rockies might have been more our speed, but we chose Disney World because we wanted it to be easy.Disney World Means Everything to a Special Needs Mom
July 17, 2014
But Chris finds a quieter kind of satisfaction in the huts that dot the Rockies around Aspen.
Steamboat Springs sits north of the many ski areas along the I-70 corridor, on the western face of the Rockies.
The convective plumes rising out of the Rockies will swallow anything we want to fly against them.Colorado Blazes Remind Us That National Policy on Fire Needs a Fix
Stephen J. Pyne
June 29, 2012
“There are very few of those blanket dresses this side of the Rockies,” he said.The Greater Power
It is a bird found only in the wilder and higher parts of the Rockies.Camping with President Roosevelt
They too, were on their way to the Rockies, and in radiant holiday humor.A Daughter of the Middle Border
The bag with its contents was sent to me by my brother, Fay, who is out in the Rockies.The Black Wolf Pack
The early night of the Rockies was already cutting them off from the rest of the world.The Highgrader
William MacLeod Raine
- another name for the Rocky Mountains
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Word Origin and History for rockies
"the Rocky Mountains," 1827; see rocky.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper