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  • n. Plural form of alamo.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It has been there for a long time because there are "los alamos" or tall old cotton wood trees lining the banks.

    active/passive solar

  • And here we see that people are still trying to argue against evolution via the second law of thermodynamics, and Carol is still holed up in the twin alamos of First Cause and quantum mechanics with her vanishing God.

    Sewell's Thermodynamic Failure - The Panda's Thumb

  • Go to the the following website: www. rimjournal.com/arizyson/alamos/indexalm. htm

    ALAMOS

  • MexConnect. com Forums: General: Traveling Mexico: alamos

    alamos

  • Adjacent to it stands Plaza Alameda a lovely square shaded by alamos (cottonwood) trees.

    Sonora - Mexico's wild west

  • Also, from what you've said about this being centered on pH, there are a lot of products out that there that tell you you're too acid and you have to alamos (ph).

    CNN Transcript Jan 13, 2004

  • Yankton and had witnessed the dances beneath the great _alamos_ or poplar trees that surrounded the square, braving the risk of contamination which Mrs. Forest had vainly protested would be sure to ensue should they mingle with the populace -- the Mexican-Indian rabble of which it was composed -- a distinction which only she and the Colonel seemed able to divine, for had it been a garlic-tainted Egyptian or

    When Dreams Come True

  • Near El Carmen is a pretty little stream, fringed with alamos, which runs through a wild and broken country of sierras.

    Wild Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • I caught sight of mysterious couples sitting in the shadows of the alamos, black dresses and mantillas blending with the men's "capas," and from these formless groups a stifled murmur rose, with the noise of fans, like the beating wings of an imprisoned bird.

    Memoirs (Vieux Souvenirs) of the Prince de Joinville

  • The sun was still shining on the river, but with his last rays; and the willows and _alamos_ that grew along the bank threw their trembling shadows far over the water.

    The Tiger Hunter

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