Definitions

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  • noun a lake on the border between Nevada and California to the west of Carson City; a popular resort area

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Examples

  • You're going to push that stuff up about 5,000 feet, three feet of snow around Lake Tahoe, that is perfect if you can get there to ski in it, just don't try to drive through that.

    CNN Transcript Dec 10, 2009

  • COLLINS: Last week, the main highways that Californians use to and from Lake Tahoe, which is Interstate 80 and Highway 50, were closed from time to time.

    CNN Transcript Jan 3, 2005

  • The Vice President and I-- I spent a day, he spent two days recently in Lake Tahoe, which is one of the two most perfectly blue deep water lakes in the world

    Remarks By The President At Clean Water Initiative

  • Ten thousand feet above the sea it rears its head to gaze out north to that vast and wonderful turquoise that men call Lake Tahoe, and northwest, across a piney sea, to its great white sister, Shasta of the Snows; wonderful colors and things on every side, mast-like pine trees strung with jewelry, streams that a Buddhist would have made sacred, hills that an

    Monarch, the Big Bear of Tallac

  • Bid to name Lake Tahoe cove after Mark Twain fails Mark Twain will have to wait to get recognition in the state where he assumed his pen name nearly 150 years ago.

    The Seattle Times

  • "The ultimate challenge at Kirkwood is the terrain of the Cirque," said Jeremy Jacobson, who calls Lake Tahoe his home.

    Sierra Sun - Top Stories

  • A residence in the county is all that is needed and all that has to be proved, however, and often plaintiffs in the summer time spend a month or two on that portion of Lake Tahoe which is in Washoe County.

    Reno — a Book of Short Stories and Information

  • Robin Holabird, former longtime director of the Nevada Film Office, said that despite the state's natural beauty and attractions such as Lake Tahoe, the state loses film contracts to Canada and New Mexico, both of which offer more incentives.

    Merced Sun-Star: front

  • Robin Holabird, former longtime director of the Nevada Film Office, said that despite the state's natural beauty and attractions such as Lake Tahoe, the state loses film contracts to Canada and New Mexico, both of which offer more incentives.

    PE Angels Baseball

  • Robin Holabird, former longtime director of the Nevada Film Office, said that despite the state's natural beauty and attractions such as Lake Tahoe, the state loses film contracts to Canada and New Mexico, both of which offer more incentives.

    Nevada Appeal - Top Stories

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