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  • No. 7, the way train, grumbling through Minnesota, imperceptibly climbing the giant tableland that slopes in a thousand-mile rise from hot Mississippi bottoms to the Rockies.
  • She pretended that she was going to the Rockies.
  • She was conscious of an unbroken sweep of land to the Rockies, to Alaska, a dominion which will rise to unexampled greatness when other empires have grown senile.

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  • Rocky Mountains.
    James Dashner  --  The Death Cure
  • Once upon a time, this land was a barren and frightening wilderness whose high rocky mountains sheltered the evil winds and whose barren valleys offered hospitality L: no man.
    Norton Juster  --  The Phantom Tollbooth

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