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  • proper n. A range of mountains in southern New Mexico.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. mountain range in New Mexico to the east of the Rio Grande


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  • These days, a more accurate name Sacramento Mountains checkerspot butterfly does not warrant listing as an endangered species and protection of its habitat. - Articles related to Buddhadeb shows he is in command

  • Saddled between southern New Mexico's Sacramento Mountains and the desolate Tularosa Valley, residents don't have any options for air travel other than twice daily, federally subsidized round-trip flights, said airport manager Parker Bradley.

    Gov't pays for empty flights to rural airports

  • It is also influenced by the proximity to the Sacramento Mountains of Ecoregion 23.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • Later someone told him the protesters lived in a ruined school bus in the Sacramento Mountains.


  • Our friend Louy invited us to her family cabin in the Sacramento Mountains near Ruidiso, NM.


  • Recharge to the artesian aquifer of the Roswell Basin occurs over a broad region east of the Sacramento Mountains known as the Pecos Slope where geologic units containing the artesian aquifer are exposed at land surface.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Highway eight-two shot straight through Hobbs, New Mexico, and on to Artesia before crossing the Sacramento Mountains and dropping down into Alamogordo.

    Jed the Dead

  • The Sacramento Mountains, which we can see from here, looks gorgeous and white.

    European Tribune

  • Forecasters issued weather and wind advisories for southern New Mexico on Saturday, saying heavy snow was expected in the Gila and Sacramento Mountains.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Sacramento Mountains rise majestically above the desert plains in south-central New Mexico, and a snow-capped ... by Jay Flemma



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