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Butt

An obsolete measure of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.
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Phoenix Marriott Tempe at The Buttes sits majestically atop a 25-acre landmark providing Arizona travelers with exciting southwest lodging that boasts natural beauty and upscale luxury accommodations.
McChesney is scaling back to the 5K at this year's Butte to Butte, one little compromise with the hands of time.
With four lighted tennis courts, three restaurants and lounges, including the prominent "Top of the Rock" restaurant, and more than 30,000 square feet of indoor meeting space including a 140-seat amphitheater, the 9,000 square foot Kachina Ballroom and the 8,700 square-foot Hopi ballroom and exhibit hall, The Buttes maintains a competitive advantage due to its outstanding location and luxury amenities.
Binoculars will give you a closer look at the thousands of white snow geese that migrate in the fall to wetlands at the base of the buttes.
After that second mile, runners still have two-thirds of the race to run on a mostly flat course through Eugene to Skinner Butte.
The proposed Joshua Woodlands SEA takes in seven remnant stands of Joshua trees north and west of the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, covering 4,732 acres between the Kern County line, 140th Street West, 220th Street West and the California Aqueduct and Fairmont Butte.
Twin Buttes is located adjacent to the existing Colorado Green Wind Power Project, which comprises 108 turbines generating 162 MW.
The city argued that it cost $25,000 to $30,000 annually to make road repairs, pick up debris and repair vandalism, much of it caused by youths who flocked nightly to the butte for wild parties.
Power generated by the Twin Buttes project will be delivered under a long-term contract to Colorado customers of Xcel Energy.
Dan Olmstead ran his first Butte to Butte four years ago.
As superintendent, Franklin will oversee seven park sites, including the newly expanded 28,000-acre Red Rock Canyon State Park, north of Mojave; the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve and Ripley Desert Woodland, west of Lancaster; the Antelope Valley Indian Museum and Saddleback Butte State Park, north of Lake Los Angeles; the Tomo-kahni Native American village site east of Tehachapi; and Providence Mountains and Mitchell Caverns near Needles.
Ground geophysical surveys (magnetics) were conducted at each of the Homestead, Three Buttes, Teigen Butte, TV Hill, Half Moon and Rattlesnake Butte targets.