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SIERRA NEVADA REGION
EASTERN SIERRA NEVADA
EASTERN EDGE
CENTRAL SIERRA NEVADA
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TONOPAH
STATELINE
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GOLDFIELD
UNITED STATES LITHIUM
NEVADA AREA
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NEVADA LEGISLATURE
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PLAYING POKER
MARK SEIF
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CENTRAL NEVADA
CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
AERION CORPORATION
VIRGINIA CITY
NEVADA DESERT
WESTERN NEVADA
NORTHERN NEVADA
SIERRA NEVADA FOOTHILLS
SIERRA NEVADA MOUNTAIN RANGE
NEVADA CITY
SIERRA NEVADA RANGE
ALASKA
VIRGINIA
MINING
HIGHEST PEAK
NORTHERN PART
STATE FLAG
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KURT BUSCH
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WISCONSIN
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DONATIONS
TRAIL
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PARTS
JOHN MCCAIN
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Definitions

  1. Nevada is the seventh-largest state in area, and geographically covers the Mojave Desert in the south to the Great Basin in the north.
  2. Nevada is also one of only a few states with no personal income tax and no corporate income tax. (Web site)
  3. Nevada is almost entirely within the Basin and Range Province, and is broken up by many north-south mountain ranges. (Web site)
  4. Nevada is one of the few U.S. states without a system of intermediate appellate courts.
  5. Nevada is mostly made up of desert vegetation regions, which include plants like short grasses, low bushes, cacti, and shrub-like trees like the mesquite.

Sierra Nevada Region

  1. Example of igneous rocks in California - Sierra Nevada region. (Web site)

Eastern Sierra Nevada

  1. Texture Gabbro specimen showing phaneritic texture; Rock Creek Canyon, eastern Sierra Nevada, California; scale bar is 2.0 cm.

Eastern Edge

  1. Located along the eastern edge of California and the Sierra Nevada, lies the Inyo National Forest.
  2. Mount Dana lies of the eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada mountains just outside of Yosemite National Park.

Central Sierra Nevada

  1. Scenic Alpine County, California lies along the crest of the central Sierra Nevada, south of Lake Tahoe and north of Yosemite.

Nevada County

  1. In 1848, discovery of gold in California brought the first white settlers to Penn Valley which is believed to be the earliest settlement in Nevada County. (Web site)

Tonopah

  1. She was a passenger in a one-car crash near Tonopah, Nevada, 172 miles northwest of Las Vegas, and died at the scene on October 2, 2006.

Stateline

  1. Donna Lass worked as a nurse at the Sahara Tahoe resort casino in Stateline, Nevada.

Nuclear Test

  1. Dirty Harry became the locals' nickname for a nuclear test of May 19 1953 in Nevada.

Goldfield

  1. KEGS-TV - KEGS is a television station in Goldfield, Nevada, serving the Reno, Nevada market as an affiliate of iaTV and RTN on channel 7.
  2. On this page we describe the use of Landsat and AVIRIS in the study of alteration in the Goldfield, and briefly the Cuprite, mining districts in Nevada. (Web site)

United States Lithium

  1. In the United States lithium is recovered from brine pools in the dry Searles Lake, in California, and from places in Nevada and elsewhere.

Nevada Area

  1. Citizens Area Transit (or CAT) is the name of the bus system in the Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada area.

Henderson

  1. David Grey is an American professional poker player from Henderson, Nevada.

Nevada Legislature

  1. However, the Nevada Legislature in 2005 prohibited applications by property owners for allodial title after June 13, 2005.

South Lake Tahoe

  1. The south shore is dominated by the lake's largest city, South Lake Tahoe, California, which neighbors Stateline, Nevada.
  2. All the casinos are located on the Nevada side of the lake in towns like Stateline, Crystal Bay, and South Lake Tahoe.

Playing Poker

  1. Harman was born and raised in Reno, Nevada, and started playing poker at eight years of age. (Web site)

Mark Seif

  1. Mark Seif is an attorney and poker player from Las Vegas, Nevada.

Nevada Law

  1. Nevada law allows casinos to divide tips among workers in the service chain, said employment lawyer Gregg Kamer, who worked on the plan with Pascal. (Web site)

Central Nevada

  1. Shaking was felt from Oregon to Los Angeles, and inland as far as central Nevada.

Central California

  1. A major eruption of this volcano would have severe effects throughout northern and central California and Nevada. (Web site)
  2. June Lake is a small resort oriented community on the east slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountains in central California. (Web site)

Aerion Corporation

  1. Aerion Corporation of Reno, Nevada is an advanced engineering group formed in 2002 to reintroduce commercial supersonic flight.

Virginia City

  1. Ward is also said to have inspired Mark Twain when Ward performed in Virginia City, Nevada.
  2. He met Gurudeva at the Mountain Desert Monastery in September, 1964, in Virginia City, Nevada, stating at this first meeting his desire to realize God. (Web site)

Nevada Desert

  1. April 23 – A nuclear test is held in the Nevada desert.

Western Nevada

  1. The Eastern California Shear Zone runs roughly parallel to the San Andreas Fault from the gulf of California and is a wide area in western Nevada. (Web site)
  2. In 1996, the program was relocated to Naval Air Station Fallon in western Nevada.
  3. This earthquake was felt over most of central California and in part of western Nevada. (Web site)

Northern Nevada

  1. Nevada Area Council serves approximately 14,000 youth through chartered organizations and BSA units in northern Nevada and northeastern California.
  2. The Virgin Valley Opal Fields Of Humboldt county in northern Nevada produce a wide variety black, crystal, white, and fire opal. (Web site)
  3. Northern Nevada, about 10 miles south of the state capitol, Carson City.

Sierra Nevada Foothills

  1. A native of the Sierra Nevada foothills of northern California, Keith Little is a nationally acclaimed bluegrass musician, recording artist, and composer. (Web site)
  2. Asbestos is a very common mineral in northern and central California, especially in the Sierra Nevada foothills, the Klamath Mountains, and the Coast ranges.
  3. It is endemic to the Sierra Nevada foothills of California, where it is known from only two spots in El Dorado and Nevada Counties. (Web site)

Sierra Nevada Mountain Range

  1. The volcano is actually a large oval-shaped depression located 20 km (12 mi) south of Mono Lake on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. (Web site)
  2. He is a 31-year-old professional poker player from Las Vegas, NV. Lindgren was born in Burley, CA, which is a small town in the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
  3. Camp Hi-Sierra is a Boy Scout camp located in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, only minutes away from the small town of Longbarn, California.

Nevada City

  1. Ananda, near Nevada City, California, was founded by Swami Kriyananda, a direct disciple of Yogananda. (Web site)
  2. Their world, in fact, was bounded by Colfax on the south and Nevada City on the north. (Web site)

Sierra Nevada Range

  1. Many such domes are found in the Sierra Nevada range in California, which includes the most famous exfoliation dome in the United States, Half Dome. (Web site)
  2. Thus, the crest runs principally along the eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada range.

Alaska

  1. In North America climbers frequent the Rocky Mountains, the Sierra Nevada of California, the Cascades of the Pacific Northwest and the high peaks of Alaska. (Web site)

Virginia

  1. Kennedy cited letters sent by officials in Nevada, Utah, Virginia, and the federal Bureau of Prisons to the Court library filling the information gap.

Mining

  1. When Mark Twain lived in Nevada during the period described in Roughing It, mining had led to an industry of speculation and immense wealth. (Web site)

Highest Peak

  1. Montgomery Peak is a mountain in the White Mountains of California, USA. It is less than 1 mile (1 km) from Boundary Peak, the highest peak in Nevada.
  2. Red Slate Mountain is the highest peak in the Sherwin Range, which is part of the Sierra Nevada.

Northern Part

  1. In the northern part of the Andes, the isolated Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta range is often considered to be part of the Andes. (Web site)

State Flag

  1. Articles the State Flag of NEVADA Your Nevada state flag will last a long, long time.
  2. In 1991, due to finding this mistake, the Nevada Legislature changed the placement of the word "Nevada" on the state flag.

Oklahoma

  1. Sam Boyd (April 23, 1910 -1993), born in Enid, Oklahoma, arrived in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1941 with only $80 in his pocket.

Kurt Busch

  1. Kurt Busch (born August 4, 1978 in Las Vegas, Nevada) is an American stock car racer who competes in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series of auto races. (Web site)

First Person

  1. In 2007, Thomas Bihl became the first person to ever win a WSOP bracelet outside Las Vegas, Nevada.

Wisconsin

  1. Kerry then went on to win landslide victories in Nevada and Wisconsin. (Web site)

Alabama

  1. Currently, Hoyt lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, but also spends time back in Alabama where he tends cattle at his ranch. (Web site)

Donations

  1. All proceeds from this go directly to the Nevada Cancer Institute, and all donations are 100% tax-deductible.

Trail

  1. Part of the route of the trail across Nevada was used for the Central Pacific portion of the first transcontinental railroad. (Web site)
  2. Thence returning to the trail, follow it to the head of the Nevada Fall. (Web site)
  3. The trail accesses both the Sierra Nevada and its Carson Range spur, each with a unique personality. (Web site)

Bishop

  1. At the time of her election as bishop of Nevada, she was assistant rector of the Church of the Good Samaritan in Corvallis, Oregon.
  2. Jefferts Schori officially concluded on October 25 more than five years of ministry as bishop of the Diocese of Nevada. (Web site)
  3. Bishop was then raised by his grandmother with his younger sister, Shard in a mutant concentration camp in Nevada or Brooklyn (perhaps both).

Parts

  1. The Modoc Plateau lies in the northeast corner of California as well as parts of Oregon and Nevada. (Web site)
  2. Our online soil survey can be used to access NRCS-NCSS 1:24,000 scale detailed soil survey data (SSURGO) in many parts of California, Arizona, and Nevada.
  3. Prostitution is legal in some parts of Nevada (under the form of licensed brothels). (Web site)

John Mccain

  1. The only state that Mason-Dixon had surveyed before was Nevada, where John McCain had been 2 points ahead in mid-June.

Barack Obama

  1. After Michigan came the Nevada caucuses, in which Hillary Clinton got more votes but Barack Obama got more delegates.

Wsop

  1. This event kicked off the 2005 WSOP. It was a $500 buy-in no limit Texas hold 'em tournament reserved for casino employees that work in Nevada. (Web site)
  2. While this is considered a charity tournament, Nevada law prohibits the WSOP from withholding any money from the prize pool. (Web site)

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