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  • proper n. A small city in Alabama
  • n. A member of a people of Ozark with a distinct culture, architecture, and dialect.


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  • Michelle ducks her head out of her hoop at the Wakarusa Music Festival in Ozark, Arkansas. | Blog | Wakarusa Hooping

  • L.E. Officers across the nation have been trained by his outfit in Ozark - Academy of

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  • Or perhaps Jed Clampett should be sued for his inadvertent strike in Ozark swamp land?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Suing EPA Over Gulf Cleanup

  • Trout jigs are popular in Ozark tail-waters but little used elsewhere.

    50 Great Lures by Field & Stream's John Merwin

  • The mayor would then appoint someone to the position, and that person would remain for one year, until the next election in 2010 -- not the two-year term Ozark aldermen are elected to.


  • The Denali is a lighter rifle built for mountain hunting, and the Ozark is the lightest, made on a short action only with a special-contour 21-inch barrel.

    A Pair of Aces

  • Passing motorists called Ozark police out of concern for the teen as he walked along the busy overpass.


  • The greater part of it is stored in what is known as the Ozark drift, the drift running to the southeast.

    The Pony Rider Boys in the Ozarks Or, the Secret of Ruby Mountain

  • Long before they could reach the vicinity of the camp the character of the country told of the wild, rocky region, covering thousands of square miles, and known as the Ozark

    The Hunters of the Ozark

  • Authorities found the sister's body in a bedroom at the family's home near Ozark, which is about 120 miles northwest of Little Rock.

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