Beehive State


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Noun1.Beehive State - a state in the western United StatesBeehive State - a state in the western United States; settled in 1847 by Mormons led by Brigham Young
Lake Powell - the second largest reservoir in the United States; located in southern Utah and north central Arizona and formed by the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River
Mormon Tabernacle, Tabernacle - the Mormon temple
Arches National Park - a national park in Utah including mountains and the Colorado River gorge and huge rock formations caused by erosion
Bryce Canyon National Park - a national park in Utah having multicolored rock erosions
Canyonlands National Park - a national park in Utah having rock formations and ancient cliff dwellings; canyons of the Green River and the Colorado River
Capitol Reef National Park - a national park in Utah having colorful rock formations and desert plants and wildlife
Zion National Park - a national park in Utah having huge canyons and gorges carved by mountain rivers
U.S.A., United States, United States of America, US, USA, America, the States, U.S. - North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776
Ogden - a town in northern Utah settled by Mormons
Provo - a city in north central Utah settled by Mormons
capital of Utah, Salt Lake City - the capital and largest city of Utah; located near the Great Salt Lake in north central Utah; world capital of the Mormon Church
Colorado River, Colorado - an important river in the southwestern United States; rises in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado and flows southwest through Utah into Arizona (where it flows through the Grand Canyon) and then southward through the southern tip of Nevada, then forming the border between California and Arizona and finally into Mexico where it empties into the Gulf of California; the main source of water in the southwestern United States
Colorado Plateau - a large plateau to the south and west of the Rocky Mountains; abuts mountains on the north and east and ends in an escarpment overlooking lowlands to the south and west; the Grand Canyon is carved out of the southwestern corner
Great Salt Lake - a shallow body of salt water in northwestern Utah
Green River, Green - a river that rises in western Wyoming and flows southward through Utah to become a tributary of the Colorado River
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We had been eyeing the Waldorf Astoria Park City since we moved to the Beehive State and were waiting for the right occasion to splurge on a staycation.
Around 25,000 state workers in the Beehive State accidentally got looped into an innocuous email about a holiday office potluck, prompting a chaotic, statewide reply all chain, (https://kutv.com/news/local/thousands-of-state-employees-entangled-in-reply-all-nightmare) according to KUTV-2.
When we met during my visit at the Beehive State last month, I was impressed by how deeply he remains connected with his Filipino heritage.
Bard has had a presence in the Beehive State since 1984, when it acquired Evermed.
The acquisition forms one of Utah's largest commercial and residential title agencies offering a full range of title services to the Beehive State's fast growing real estate market.
If McMullin were to win The Beehive State, the ex-CIA agent and former director of the House Republican Conference would snag six entire electoral votesas would his running mate, former Republican strategist (and, we should note, member of the Tribe) Mindy Finn.
Who would have guessed that Utah, the Beehive state, is the most likely to request the "clandestine" style knicker?
He is also the author of "Southern Utah Sport Climbing: Stories and Reflections on the Bolting of the Beehive State," which will be published in January 2017
The Beehive State is an epicenter for individual outdoor recreation; that's why we located our corporate headquarters here.
Mike Lee of Utah noted that Cruz received 69 percent of the vote last month in the Beehive State caucuses.
"Utah cities conducting all vote-by-mail elections saw an average increase in turnout from 21 percent in 2011 to 38 percent in 2015," reports the Utah Foundation, which studied data from the Beehive State's recent municipal elections.
After the injected advertising debacle, we've been in a beehive state for more than a week.