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Te·ton Range

 (tē′tŏn′, tēt′n)
A range of the Rocky Mountains in northwest Wyoming and southeast Idaho. The Tetons rise to 4,197 m (13,770 ft) at Grand Teton.
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Teton Range

(ˈtiːtən)
n
(Placename) a mountain range in the N central US, mainly in NW Wyoming. Highest peak: Grand Teton, 4196 m (13 766 ft)
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Te′ton Range′


n.
a mountain range in NW Wyoming and SE Idaho: a part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak, Grand Teton, ab. 13,700 ft. (4175 m).
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Teton Range - a mountain range in northwest WyomingTeton Range - a mountain range in northwest Wyoming; contains the Grand Teton
Equality State, WY, Wyoming - a state in the western United States; mountainous in the west and north with the Great Plains in the east
Grand Teton - a mountain peak in northwestern Wyoming; the highest peak in the Teton Range (13,766 feet high)
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There are "no recent precedents to guide any policy response to the current situation," Powell said in a closely watched speech at an annual Fed retreat in Jackson Hole, a valley set against the Grand Teton mountains. Powell added that monetary policy "cannot provide a settled rulebook for international trade."
The Grand Teton Mountains in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, offer one of the most spectacular views in all of the United States.
Student painting: State flower, the Indian Paintbrush, with Grand Teton Mountains in background.
The rising sun illuminates the front of the Teton Mountains, while, the setting sun back lights the peaks that rise abruptly from a valley floor, making them unique among North American mountain ranges.
Development in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and Pierre's Hole in Idaho has deprived a bighorn sheep herd of their traditional winter range, and now they live solely in the Teton mountains, where they have less food in the winter and are threatened by avalanches.
When we were still over a half-mile away from the bull, he stood up and began slowly walking westward toward the Teton Mountains. The bull stopped often, his tongue was hanging out and he was panting from the heat.