Bluegrass Region


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blue·grass

 (blo͞o′grăs′)
n.
1. Any of various grasses of the genus Poa, having bluish spikelets, including species such as Kentucky bluegrass that are used for pastures and lawns and others that are considered weeds.
2. Music A type of country music that originated in the southern United States, typically played on acoustic stringed instruments and characterized by rapid tempos and jazzlike improvisation.

Blue·grass

also Blue·grass Country or Blue·grass Region  (blo͞o′grăs′)
A region of central Kentucky noted for its lushly growing bluegrass and the breeding of thoroughbred horses.

Blue′grass Re`gion


n.
a region in central Kentucky, famous for its horse farms and fields of bluegrass.
Also called Blue′grass Coun`try.
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Noun1.Bluegrass Region - an area in central Kentucky noted for it bluegrass and thoroughbred horses
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THE INGLESIDE OAK STANDS A FEW FEET AWAY FROM HARRODSBURG ROAD, a mile from the center of Lexington in the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass Region.
2%, Waitrose), which hails from America's oldest and smallest distillery in the heart of the bluegrass region, are on the same par, but the taste is quite different.
Located along the western edge of the Bluegrass region, the farm's gently rolling landscape included a mixture of pastures and woodlots, with a hardwood creek corridor leading to the river.
They cover the lower Silurian of western Ohio; Bourbon and springs in the Inner Bluegrass region of Kentucky; temporal and spatial scales of stream study in west-central Ohio; the golden Ordovician, Silurian seas, and Pleistocene ice; downtown and the Great Dayton Flood of 1913; and fossil collecting from the Middle Devonian silica formation in Paulding County.
The meeting was held at the Woodford Reserve Distillery, located in Versailles, Kentucky, hidden away in the heart of the Bluegrass Region.
The Saturday market continues indoors from December through March, extending the season and providing a continuous supply of seasonal products to the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky.
The terrain attributes were calculated from elevation data obtained with survey-grade GPS measurements collected on a farm in the Outer Bluegrass Region of Kentucky," Mueller explained.