noun, plural Yu·mas (especially collectively) Yu·ma for 1.
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Contemporary Examples of yuma
The first movie—3:10 to Yuma—starred Glenn Ford and came from a 1953 story that had appeared in Dime Western.Elmore Leonard’s Rocky Road to Fame and Fortune
September 13, 2014
He pointed to Yuma, Ariz., as a prime example of where that partnership works.U.S. Drug and Immigration Checkpoints Take Toll on Border Towns
Andrew Becker, G. W. Schulz
June 18, 2013
“They told me I was going to get deported,” Chang said of the border-patrol officers she encountered on the outskirts of Yuma.Despite Obama’s Order, Deportation Looms for an Immigrant Dreamer
June 23, 2012
Historical Examples of yuma
And, as the revulsion of feeling set in, Petty set out for Yuma.A Wounded Name
Yuma is the place where the infamous "Doc" Glanton and his gang operated.
The first steamboat to reach Yuma with supplies was the Uncle Sam, which arrived in 1852.
Yuma, of which I have just spoken, is famed for many reasons.
Well, they make their getaway at Yuma after Struve has killed a guard.A Texas Ranger
William MacLeod Raine