Definitions

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  • noun 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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