Definition of Selkirk mountains

1. Noun. A range of the Rocky Mountains in southeastern British Columbia.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Selkirk Mountains

Seles
Seleucus
Seleucus I
Seleucus I Nicator
Selina
Selivanoff's test
Seljuckian
Seljuk
Seljukian
Seljuks
Seljuq
Seljuqian
Seljuqians
Seljuqs
Selkirk
Selkirk Mountains
Selkirk Rex
Selkup
Selkups
Seller
Seller's Pack
Seller's Packs
Sellers
Sellick's manoeuvre
Sellotape
Sellotapes
Selma
Selwyn
Selznick
Semacode

Literary usage of Selkirk mountains

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1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"selkirk mountains Call of the mountains. L. Jeffers. 11 Scrib Ы 60:273-94 S '16 Sell, Henry Blackman Making the home look cool. Illus World 25: 627-31 Jl ..."

2. Glaciers of North America: A Reading Lesson for Students of Geography and by Israel Cook Russell (1897)
"The glaciers of the selkirk mountains are known principally from explorations made by Rev. WS Green, in 1888. At least one example, ..."

3. Glaciers of North America: A Reading Lesson for Students of Geography and by Israel Cook Russell (1897)
"The glaciers of the selkirk mountains are known principally from explorations made by Rev. AV. S. Green, in 1888. At least one example, ..."

4. Glaciers of North America: A Reading Lesson for Students of Geography and by Israel Cook Russell (1897)
"The glaciers of the selkirk mountains are known principally from explorations made by Rev. WS Green, in 1888. At least one example, ..."

5. Mountaineering and Exploration in the Selkirks: A Record of Pioneer Work by Howard Palmer (1914)
"... THE VEGETATION OF THE selkirk mountains By PK BUTTERS, FRGS, Assistant Professor of Botany, University of Minnesota THE vegetation of the Selkirk Range ..."

6. Commercial Geography by Albert Perry Brigham (1911)
"... selkirk mountains, Canadian Pacific Railway 242. Railways. The Canadian Pacific crosses the continent from Halifax to Vancouver, with many spurs and ..."

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