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PARAMOUNT THEATER
KEVIN FOWLER
TEXAS PANHANDLE
KOPPEN CLIMATE CLASSIFICATION BSK
GRADY HAZLEWOOD
AMARILLO COLLEGE
AMARILLO GLOBE-NEWS
AMARILLO CIVIC CENTER
LEAGUE
PLAYER
PART
CAMPUS
MILITARY PERSONNEL
THOMPSON
FIRST MATCH
FEBRUARY
UNITED STATES
PROFESSIONAL TENNIS PLAYER
AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER
CANYON
GRAND CANYON
PLAYING PIANO
THREE CHILDREN
CITY
AMARILLO SLIM PRESTON
POKER
HANDBOOK
NORTH
NORTHEAST
AMARILLO SLIM
PRESTON
COWBOYS
TEXAS
AMARILLO
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Definitions

  1. Amarillo is the 195th largest United States radio market in autumn 2005 designated by the radio audience research company, Arbitron. (Web site)
  2. Amarillo is considered the regional economic center for the Texas Panhandle as well as Eastern New Mexico and the Oklahoma Panhandle. (Web site)
  3. Amarillo is also mentioned in the song Route 66. (Web site)
  4. Amarillo is in the U.S. House 13th Congressional district, and is represented by Representative Mac Thornberry. (Web site)
  5. Amarillo was hit by the Dust Bowl and entered an economic depression. (Web site)

Paramount Theater

  1. From 1932 to 1977, the Paramount Theater, originally built for $250,000, flourished in Amarillo. (Web site)

Kevin Fowler

  1. Kevin Fowler (born Amarillo, Texas) is an American country music singer. (Web site)

Texas Panhandle

  1. Gilmore is a native of the Texas Panhandle, having been born in Amarillo, Texas and raised in Lubbock, Texas. (Web site)

Koppen Climate Classification Bsk

  1. Amarillo and the Texas Panhandle's climate is a semi-arid temperate steppe climate (Koppen climate classification BSk). (Web site)

Grady Hazlewood

  1. Grady Hazlewood, a 1930s district attorney in Amarillo, served in the Texas Senate from 1941 to 1971. (Web site)

Amarillo College

  1. Robert Bauman is a professor of biology and chairman of the Department of Biological Sciences at Amarillo College in Amarillo, Texas. (Web site)

Amarillo Globe-News

  1. Amarillo Globe-News is a daily newspaper based in Amarillo, Texas. (Web site)

Amarillo Civic Center

  1. The Amarillo Civic Center is a multi-purpose convention center in Amarillo, Texas.
  2. Along with the Amarillo Civic Center, it hosts local concerts and sporting events for the Amarillo area.

League

  1. In 2005, the Amarillo Dusters left for the af2 while the other teams joined the National Indoor Football League and the league suspended operations. (Web site)

Player

  1. Amarillo Slim is one of the few old-time poker stars still around along with Doyle Brunson - who Slim ranks first as the player he respects the most. (Web site)

Part

  1. In 1924, Howe moved to Amarillo and established the Amarillo Globe newspaper, now a part of the Amarillo Globe-News.

Campus

  1. Wayland Baptist University, a private university which is based in Plainview, has a campus in Amarillo and offers various 4-year degrees.
  2. The Amarillo Museum of Art is located in the campus of Amarillo College.

Military Personnel

  1. Like many cities, Amarillo has an impressive memorial to all of its military personnel lost in war.

Thompson

  1. Thompson, May Peterson Thompson, a former Metropolitan Opera singer, was involved in the arts while in Amarillo and later when the couple lived in Austin. (Web site)

First Match

  1. Dory Funk, Jr.'s first match was a victory over Don Fargo in Amarillo, Texas.

February

  1. February 20, 2007- Travis Clayton records a hat trick, including his 300th career goal, in a 6-4 home win over Amarillo. (Web site)

United States

  1. Riley Salmon (born July 2, 1976 in Amarillo, Texas) is a volleyball player from the United States.

Professional Tennis Player

  1. Alex O'Brien (born March 7, 1970 in Amarillo, Texas) is a professional tennis player from the United States, who competed on the ATP Tour. (Web site)

American Professional Wrestler

  1. Mike Hettinga, (born July 17, 1978 in Amarillo, Texas), is an American professional wrestler better known as Mike Knox.

Canyon

  1. The canyon is located south of Amarillo.

Grand Canyon

  1. The Palo Duro Canyon State Park is the United States' second largest canyon system, after the Grand Canyon and is located south of Amarillo. (Web site)

Playing Piano

  1. He started his musical life as a teenager, playing piano for silent movies in Amarillo, Tex.

Three Children

  1. Amarillo Slim has three children and at least seven grandchildren.

City

  1. Drinking water is provided by the City of Amarillo and its Utilities Division. (Web site)
  2. Interstate 40, the city's major east–west thoroughfare was completed entirely through Amarillo in November 1968 across the center of the city. (Web site)
  3. Other publications include a local monthly magazine dealing with city and regional issues in the Amarillo area called, Accent West. (Web site)

Amarillo Slim Preston

  1. He is the only player in WSOP history to beat Amarillo Slim Preston at a Final Table. (Web site)

Poker

  1. Amarillo Slim Preston is a living legend and the winner of the World Series of Poker in 1972.

Handbook

  1. ISBN 0-292-78007-9. ^ a b c d e f g Amarillo from the Handbook of Texas Online.

North

  1. Another natural landmark near the city, the Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument is located 30 miles (50 km) north of Amarillo. (Web site)
  2. Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport is located on the east side of Amarillo, north of Interstate 40. (Web site)

Northeast

  1. About 40 mi (64 km) northeast of Amarillo is the Canadian River, which divides the southern part of the High Plains to form the Llano Estacado. (Web site)
  2. Lake Meredith is located northeast of Amarillo and contains at least 114 billion gallons (431 million m³) of water. (Web site)

Amarillo Slim

  1. Reese was part of a generation of players in the 1970s who challenged established greats like Brunson, Thomas "Amarillo Slim" Preston Jr.
  2. We were playing in bigger games around Texas and that's when we met up with Amarillo Slim.
  3. Amarillo Slim was once robbed of $50,000 by three armed men who broke into the house where he was playing and seized the stakes on the table.

Preston

  1. In 1972, when Thomas "Amarillo Slim" Preston won the title and went on the talk-show circuit, the WSOP began to gain a wider following.

Cowboys

  1. Brad Sham, play-by-play man for the Dallas Cowboys radio network, spoke to Amarillo.com on the Cowboys. (Web site)

Texas

  1. The Amarillo Dillas are a minor league baseball team that plays in Amarillo, Texas.
  2. Wells in Texas (where the Federal Helium Reserve was established in 1925 near Amarillo), Oklahoma, and Kansas are the principal world source. (Web site)
  3. The small town of Tulia, Texas, approximately 47 miles (76 km) south from Amarillo, was the scene of a controversial drug sting in 1999. (Web site)

Amarillo

  1. This story has been confirmed by many of the poker players in Amarillo who have been betting on poker far longer than Amarillo Slim. (Web site)
  2. Amarillo Slim Preston is divorced, has three children, and currently resides in Amarillo, Texas.
  3. AMARILLO SLIM PRESTON of Amarillo, Texas, is the last of the great old-time poker stars.

Categories

  1. World > Countries > United States > Texas
  2. Preston
  3. Minor League Baseball Team
  4. $250
  5. Three Children
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