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- n. that part of the continental divide formed by the Rocky Mountains in the United States
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I want to ride through the plains and the deserts, out west of the Great Divide.
In November, Great Divide owner Brian Dunn said the monthly pairings were part of a broader effort on the part of the brewery to "see beer and food pairings get respect."
Once I started out to see Donner Lake, which reposes between Summit, the highest point on this trip across the Great Divide, and Truckee.
And while these things in the East wouldn't necessarily indicate a change of heart, they stand for a good deal west of the Great Divide.
I voted Great Divide as they are my second favorite.
In the Great Divide newspaper, W. A. Boyer tells of the remarkable development being made in Axial Basin, Moffat County, and makes very optimistic predictions for the future.
I shall carry out the dire scheme and then -- well, then, if Fate says for me to hustle across the Great Divide, I'll go with the feeling that life has not been in vain. "
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