southwest

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  • The original plan was to continue southwest and attack Paris from the west.
  • Southwest has fought against the development of a high-speed rail system in Texas.
  • In the southwest region are some of the largest numbers of plant species for its area in the world.
  • The Green River in the southwest also contains a number of islands.
  • The band performed several new songs in March at the South by Southwest festival.
  • Western Australia has limited production in the elevated parts in southwest of the state.
  • Lot is a department in the southwest of France named after the Lot River.
  • The village of Pleasant Lake is at the southwest corner of the lake.
  • The word Southwest appeared in white on the desert gold portion of the tail.
  • The remains of an old Indian village could be seen at one time southwest of Center Star.
  • A third influence that is present during the late autumn is the southwest wind off the Pacific.
  • Average high temperatures in January range from in the southwest to in the far north.
  • Cactus and similar dry-area plants are found along the south and southwest coastal area.
  • However, these terms have a wide range of meanings in various parts of the Southwest.
  • Both trees are found in the southwest of Australia, and the two woods are frequently confused.
  • In the southwest, they grew beans that were self-supported, much like the way they are grown today.
  • The fair planners also sought two other properties near the southwest corner of the grounds.
  • On the border of Sweden is a mountain range running from northeast to southwest.
  • They play in the Southwest Division of the league's Western Conference.
  • There is also low-level seismic activity, which is common in the southwest.
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Meaning of southwest

  • noun The compass point midway between south and west; at 225 degrees
  • noun The southwestern region of the united states generally including new mexico, arizona, texas, nevada, california, and sometimes utah and colorado
  • noun The direction corresponding to the southwestward compass point
  • noun A location in the southwestern part of a country, region, or city
  • adverb To, toward, or in the southwest