Utah

[ US /ˈjuˌtɔ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a state in the western United States; settled in 1847 by Mormons led by Brigham Young
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How To Use Utah In A Sentence

  • There followed seventeen years of sectarian vagabondage: founded in 1830, the sect settled in Kirtland, Ohio, Jackson, Missouri, and Nauvoo, Illinois, reaching Great Salt Lake Valley, Utah, in 1847.
  • The debut in spring 2006 of HBO's television series, Big Love, which featured a fictional and in some ways likeable polygamous family in Utah, propelled polygamy to the front pages of American newspapers and put the idea of legalized polygamy "in play" in some surprising quarters. Elizabeth Marquardt: Get Ready for Group Marriage
  • These white effusive igneous formations, found there and in the Thomas Mountains of Utah, and also in the tin districts of Catron and Sierra Counties within New Mexico, are still the only known source of bixbite.
  • She was a seven-foot-tall, 480-pound frontierswoman from the Utah Territory who could shoot and drink like a man and bend nails with her tongue.
  • the salt flats of Utah
  • John Merwin Fishes America's Best Tailwater: Utah's Green River John Merwin Fishes America's Best Tailwater: Utah's Green River
  • The study, involving more than 14,000 Utah students, noted that nearly 89 percent of these accidents involved the use of equipment such as table saws, band saws and other saws.
  • The presence of the caddisfly Homophylax baldur is unusual as it is found only in the national park and the State of Utah. Waterton Lakes National Park, Canada
  • It looks like if this passes in Utah then those landowners should have to buy property the waterway is on and the water that flows onto the property. On Stream Rights In Utah
  • He received his B.S. degree from Utah State University in Wildlife Management, and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Veterinary Science and Wildlife Ecology, with emphasis in the epizootiology of infectious diseases of domestic and wild animals. Contributor: Thomas Yuill
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