northwestern United States

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the northwestern region of the United States

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We dine at Artist Point, offering some of the best fine dining in Disney World with an intriguing menu focused on specialities from the American Northwest.
But it's the blanketing snows of the American Northwest that get the final word in Samuel D.
They say it was a Qaeda operation timed for one month to the day after its failed attempt to blow up an American Northwest jet bound for the US on Christmas Day.
Quebec to the American Southwest, the American Northwest to Miami is the territorial range of the gardens.
The menu for Lewis and Clark's first meal here is unknown, but we do know that Dutch ovens and guns were the most common metal items among the gear carried by the Corps of Discovery as it explored the American Northwest in 1804-1806.
But the chiseled features of the American Northwest don't always follow those rules.
For example, on February 13, 2056, the Moon will occult Mercury and Mars simultaneously as seen from the American Northwest, only hours after hiding Jupiter and Venus from other locations.
Their mission in the American Northwest resembled the earlier work of Father Eusebio Francisco Kino in New Spain's Southwest.
The title not only denotes the author's predilection but also refers to a lady friend who accompanies him--down from Canada's west coast, across the American Northwest, and as far east as New York State--on an odyssey through the countryside, visiting three Major League parks as well as many small, smaller, and even smaller baseball venues.
In the neighbouring thickets of wild plums, proclaimed Frankland, are to be discovered the Lombards, Damsons and Gages of the American Northwest.
Hansen, a visual poet of the American Northwest, has brought the region to life in a series of lithographs, etchings and paintings.
From the bungled robbery, to the wild Bigfoot chase in the American northwest, to the oddballs and hangers-on who have made their livings in life by signing autographs and telling their stories at Elvis festivals such as the one in Moscow (even if their connection to the King is peripheral at best), Chasing Elvis offers characters and situations that amuse and intrigue.
When we think of the great outdoors, our mind can't help but drift to the American Northwest, which is sort of strange since we've never been anywhere near there.
Nearly 200 years after Meriwether Lewis and William Clark explored the American Northwest, three California teachers hit the trail.
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