Ozark Mountains

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Ozark Mountains,

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or Ozark Plateau,
upland region, actually a dissected plateau, c.50,000 sq mi (129,500 sq km), chiefly in S Mo. and N Ark., but partly in Oklahoma and Kansas, between the Arkansas and Missouri rivers.
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I grew up and learned to bow-hunt in the Ozark Mountains in southern Missouri.
bilineatus was an important secondary agent in the recent oak decline in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.
Atomic Accidents: A History of Nuclear Meltdowns and Disasters from the Ozark Mountains to Fukushima comes from a long-time advocate of nuclear research and energy who considers each nuclear incident and analyzes what happened.
Located in the Ozark Mountains, Harrison is a central hub for travelers heading to Eureka Springs, the Buffalo National River or Branson, Mo.
The bus ride lasted two hours, but it seemed much longer as we traveled through the Ozark Mountains.
The Fall Foliage Break with Big Cedar Lodge- at Big Cedar Lodge, which is a mountain resort in the Ozark Mountains, Missouri.
which was established in 1987, is located in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas.
The pop master would likely have appreciated this rare new endeavor, in which romance and commerce abound: the inauguration of a museum for American art near the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas, at a time when major arts institutions are limiting their hours, and funding for the arts remains low nationwide.
This bleak and brilliant thriller follows a teenage girl's search for her missing dad in the tightlipped Hillbilly community of Missouri's Ozark Mountains.
Acquired in 1955, Johnson's Shut-Ins was known to outdoor enthusiasts as an 8,500-acre nature oasis, tucked in the Ozark Mountains along the Black River in Reynolds County, Missouri, 80 miles southwest of St.
WINTER'S BONE (15) CAST: Jennifer Lawrence, John Hawkes PLOT: In the harsh and povertystricken Ozark mountains of Missouri, 17-year-old Ree (Lawrence) is the sole carer for her mentally-ill mother and her little brother and sister.
In 82 days, they aim to cycle 4,325 miles, crossing the Appalachian and Ozark mountains, the Great Plains, the Rocky and Cascade mountains, all made famous in the famous patriotic stateside song, America The Beautiful.

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