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Things texan often describes (“texan ________”)
independence, army, government, annexation, forces, troops, revolution, prisoners, war, santa, force, boundary, cattle, question, frontier, cause, camp, territory, rangers, volunteers, minister, soldiers, drawl, coast, affairs, accent, border, side, revolt, expedition, history, settlers, republic, authorities, leaders, soil, officers, rifles, colonists, claim, commander, rebels, congress, invasion, identity, commissioners, navy, friend, line, looks, town, cavalry, species, debt, hat, claims, settlements, agent, struggle, charge, envoy, convention, ranger, representatives, towns, loss, cowboy, officials, president, plains, cowboys, securities, leader, cities, oil, agents, treaty, soldier, prairies, city, campaign, victory, bonds, defenders, ports, representative, scouts, land, fort, friends, losses

Descriptive words:
native, young, tall, old, big, fellow, typical, anglo, true, real, lanky, average, rich, wealthy, white, haired, generation, tough, handsome, lean, transplanted, conservative, afro, north, prominent, mexican, former, faced, born, german, spoken, eyed, rangy, quiet, proud, talking, burly, blond, famous, non, foot, loyal, powerful, looking, lank, headed, blooded, genial, boned, husky, rough, huge, friendly, wild, elder, brave, rugged, shrewd, stocky, gay, drunken, colorful, wily, wiry, speaking, flamboyant, feisty, fat, slim, generous, west, florid, diminutive, legendary, youthful, brash

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