[ US /ˈtitɑn, ˈtitən/ ]
  1. a member of the large western branch of Sioux people which was made up of several groups that lived on the plains
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  • The Snake River wends through wooded flats in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.
  • The Bridger-Teton National Forest has recognized the path of the Grand Teton pronghorn, much of which passes across national forest land, as the first federally protected migration corridor.
  • Tonight's report takes us to the Grand Teton National Park, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
  • Kina had skied big lines in the Tetons for years; on many of them, if you failed to make the right turn at the right time, you would fall for a thousand feet, pinballing between the rocky walls of the couloir until you ragdolled out the bottom. Christian Beckwith: Greening the Barrio, Part 6
  • When there is hunger in the lodge of a warrior, he looks for the buffaloe, which is given him for food," the Teton continued, struggling to keep down the ire excited by the other's scorn. The Prairie
  • I know of no other person that is frowned upon in Teton County, Wyoming. Cheney's Secret Service protection extended
  • But: the region is absolutely gorgeous with its mind blowing mountain scapes, dramatic Fall foilage, streams, rivers and lakes and ALL of the aforementioned also makes up The Grand Tetons and Yellowstone Park. Suzanne Aaronson: What's Worth it: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • Eat at "Osteria" in Teton Village (next to The Four Seasons) - best food of all the places we tried (and bartender Frank Welch makes fab cocktails) Suzanne Aaronson: What's Worth it: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • From the lake you can see Grand Teton, at 13,770 feet the monarch of Wyoming summits, looming over the snow-covered valley The quickest way to return is by snowshoe on the unplowed road.
  • From the north fork of Lewis's river we passed on to an eminence called Teton mountain, where we spent the night. John B. Wyeth's Oregon, or a Short History of a Long Journey
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