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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpampaspam‧pas /ˈpæmpəs, -pəz/ noun   the pampas
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pampasOil tanks hide behind pampas grasses and dried-up clematis.He was laid down on brittle pampas grass and then manhandled by the creatures.A quite awful vase in one corner, full of dried pampas grass.An important trade is concerned with the exploitation of the great grasslands variously known as prairie, pampas, savannah, etc.Slowly Perdita was trying to absorb the immensity of the pampas.Then she became conscious of a vast blood-red sun warming the pampas.
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