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  • Amarillo, Texas
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  • Amarillo grew to prominence in the late 19th century because the desire for railroad lines to be straight-ish meant that they had to pass through it. The city is in the Llano Estacado region, which means Stacked Llano, to be distinguished from Galveston and its stacked guano. Llano is Spanish, as Amarillo is too. The city is named for the charming armored animal that scurries hither and yon, selling unauthorized knock-off T-shirts at flea markets and standing in Home Depot parking lots in case work occurs. Amarillo is also home to thousands of Mexicans, who are identified by the things they do when pronouncing the giveaway double-L.
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  • Amarillo is the fourteenth most populous city in the state of Texas, the largest in the Texas Panhandle and the seat of Potter County. A portion of the city extends into Randall County. The population was 190,695 at the 2010 census (105,486 in Potter County, and 85,209 in Randall). The Amarillo metropolitan area has an estimated population of 236,113 in four counties.
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  • Potter & Randle
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  • 2017-02-07
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  • This page give you the opportunity to redirect to the original article that is on Wikipedia or stay on the American Football Database. Clicking on the link on this page will redirect to Wikipedia's Amarillo, Texas article. Take me to the Amarillo, Texas article on Wikipedia. Click here to return to the American Football Database main page or just hit your browsers back button to return to your previous page. These Redirect pages should be eliminated in either of two ways. * #1 Create a article of our own for this page. * #2 On every page a Amarillo, Texas link exists make a direct link to the original Wikipedia article. Things to think about: * #1 Creating our own page for this article may add a superfluous amount of pages. * #2 Some of these article links may be on hundreds of pages that would need direct links.
  • Amarillo grew to prominence in the late 19th century because the desire for railroad lines to be straight-ish meant that they had to pass through it. The city is in the Llano Estacado region, which means Stacked Llano, to be distinguished from Galveston and its stacked guano. Llano is Spanish, as Amarillo is too. The city is named for the charming armored animal that scurries hither and yon, selling unauthorized knock-off T-shirts at flea markets and standing in Home Depot parking lots in case work occurs. Amarillo is also home to thousands of Mexicans, who are identified by the things they do when pronouncing the giveaway double-L. Amarillo was once known as the "Helium capital of the world" before the Hindenburg Disaster led to its replacement with hot air and the industry moved to Austin. Today, Amarillo is home to the only factory that builds nuclear weapons and takes them apart. The former chore is done by robots that have not signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Less-expensive Mexican laborers perform the latter chore, and then return home with new aptitude for the task of being a street light, rather than with squeaky voices. Amarillo is twinned with Chernobyl. Amarillo is also called the "Yellow Rose of Texas," mostly by the color blind and by basement-dwellers.
  • Amarillo is the fourteenth most populous city in the state of Texas, the largest in the Texas Panhandle and the seat of Potter County. A portion of the city extends into Randall County. The population was 190,695 at the 2010 census (105,486 in Potter County, and 85,209 in Randall). The Amarillo metropolitan area has an estimated population of 236,113 in four counties. Amarillo, originally named Oneida, is situated in the Llano Estacado region. The availability of the railroad and freight service provided by the Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad contributed to the city's growth as a cattle marketing center in the late 19th century. Amarillo is the regional economic center for the Texas Panhandle, and is economically important to Eastern New Mexico and the Oklahoma Panhandle.
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