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Amarillo is the fourteenth most populous city in the state of Texas, also the largest City in the Texas Panhandle, and the seat of Potter County. A portion of the city extends into Randall County. The population was 190,695 at the 2010 census. The Amarillo metropolitan area has an estimated population of 236,113 in four counties.

Phrases with Amarillo

Phrases starting with the word Amarillo:

  1. Amarillo Mato
  2. Amarillo Snapper

Phrases ending with the word Amarillo:

  1. Abey Amarillo
  2. Roble Amarillo
  3. Tibey Amarillo
  4. Tibey-Amarillo
  5. Laurel Amarillo
  6. Chicharron Amarillo
  7. Ranunculus Amarillo
  8. Amphilophus amarillo
  9. Species Ranunculus Amarillo
  10. species Amphilophus amarillo

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Google previewIllustrated Route 66 Historical Atlas (2014)

by Jim Hinckley

Never Cadillac Ranch near Amarillo is an unlikely but.

Google previewExtreme Brewing, A Deluxe Edition with 14 New Homebrew Recipes (2012)

An Introduction to Brewing Craft Beer at Home by Sam Calagione

Amarillo is an aroma-type cultivar of recent origin, discovered and introduced by Virgil Gamache Farms Inc. Used for its aromatic properties and also for its bittering properties due to its lower cohumulone content. Earthy musk with strong citrus ...

Google previewBulletin (1934)

Helium from bore holes near Amarillo is an important product, and potash exists in the northwestern part of the State. According to the Texas Almanac, Texas is second only to New York m the value of exported materials originating in the State, ...

Google previewA Detailed Soil Survey of the Rio Jimenez Area in the Atlantic Zone of Costa Rica

SUELO TORO AMARILLO (RJZ 26) ' J «г Just as Suelo Jardin, Suelo Toro Amarillo is a moderately to very poorly drained soil. It is distinguished from Suelo Jardin because of its coarse to very coarse texture.

Google previewHomebrew All-Stars (2016)

Top Homebrewers Share Their Best Techniques and Recipes by Drew Beechum, Denny Conn

“Simcoe/Amarillo is a classic, newer school, simple combination that is tough to beat. It's highly complex when done well. The lemon zest and huge citrus of a 100 percent Centennial IPA is absolutely wonderful, and good 'ol Cascade and ...

Google previewInkwell '04 (2004)

by Whitney Chad Mcphail

BuT The imporTanT Thing abouT Amarillo is ThaT you have freedom. LOVE By Cassandra Cavazos Love is red like a hearT, IT TasTes like cheesecake, And iT smells like sweeT roses, Love looks like a hearT, IT makes you feel very happy.

Google previewThe American City (1915)

by Arthur Hastings Grant, Harold Sinley Buttenheim

Amarillo is an organization which functions much the same as a chamber of commerce, but is a branch of the city government, so constituted by authority of Section 24 of the charter, which reads as follows : "The Commission shall have the ...

Google previewThe WPA Guide to Texas (2013)

The Lone Star State by Federal Writers' Project

Amarillo is a refutation of Captain Marcy's statement. The high buildings, streets lined with shade trees, attractive homes, and landscaped parks recall nothing of bleak beginnings. Railroads transport cattle, wheat, and manufactured products ...

Google previewPhytochemical Dictionary of the Leguminosae (1994)

by Frank Bisby

Dandy & Exell Mato Amarillo; Yellow Nicker Geographical distribution Asia: Burma; Cambodia; India; Malaysia; Sri Lanka; Thailand; Vietnam Australasia: Australia; Papua New Guinea Caribbean Indian Ocean: ...

Google previewMansfeld's Encyclopedia of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops (2001)

(Except Ornamentals) by Peter Hanelt, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research

palo amarillo; guaranguay amarillo (Argentinia); chante (Guatemala); roble amarillo (Colombia); G. Eschenblattrige Jasmintrompete. Southern USA, central America, West Indies, Colombia to ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms. Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Peru: paliperro, coda, ipe, lapacho, papelillo caspi, tahuari amarillo, tahuari negro, tamuratuira Brazil: ipe-roxo, ipe-amarelo, ipe preto, ipeuva roxa, peilva, ipe tabaco, peilva roxa, ipe mirim Paraguay: lapacho, Tajy pyta Mexico: palo cortes, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Water Science (Print) (2003)

by Bobby A. Stewart, Terry Howell

Amarillo, Texas, U.S.A. Gregory L. Johnson ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Great Plains (2004)

by David J. Wishart

Amarillo is a crossroads and has served that function throughout its history. When the Fort Worth and Denver Railway, after a delay during the depression of the 18705, resumed its northwestward march into the Texas Panhandle, James T.

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Scrabble value of A1M3A1R1I1L1L1O1

The value of this 8-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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