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Butt

An obsolete measure of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.
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As the old miner's saying still popular in Butte goes, ''Tap 'er light.
We are excited by the manufacturing expertise at the Butte operation, including critical skills in welding and fabrication," said Colleen Athans, vice president and general manager of the Supply Chain Division, GE Aviation.
The idea of taking data from an EMR for research purposes isn't completely novel, Butte concedes.
The seller of the gold Butte Nugget likewise requested for secrecy, withholding both his identity and the exact location where the Butte Nugget was found.
Self-Help is excited to be joining forces with Butte as we both work to provide fair and afford able financial services," Self-Help FCU President Steve Zuckerman said.
A well-known Crested Butte resident, John Norton, wrote the Crested Butte News, saying, "Forest Service to Crested Butte: 'Drop Dead.
The solar projects will save Butte College money, save on emissions, and encourage students interested in renewable energy careers.
Conclusions--The Turtle Butte Formation of South Dakota has produced a diverse paleofauna.
They are very committed to Butte and very proud of their Irish heritage.
Having done a little research, I've got something of a fix on it, although I can't help thinking that the difference between a mesa and a butte is something I'll be eternally fated to repress and be unable to remember, like the difference between a stalagmite and a stalactite and a schlemiel and a schlamazel.
The town of Butte in Montana was so gaelic, Irish history was taught there until the 1940s.