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Butt

An obsolete measure of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.
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The Brooks, Hersey design team worked within the already disturbed parts of the butte to repair the site and improve access.
As predicted, use has increased on Hayden Butte. Once residents understood the technical and safety issues at stake, they were happy with the improvements to the trail.
The current production rate is a total of 275,000 t/day, of which 100,000 t is ore (82,000 t from the Sierrita pits and the rest from Twin Buttes).
Sutter Buttes Naturalists intertwines able interpretations of the buttes' natural landscape with accounts of human history.
Photo: Rising abruptly out of the Central Valley, the buttes seem to float above the land like a stage backdrop
The rover has spent a little over a month in the buttes region and is currently exploring areas higher up on Mount Sharp.
Highlights of Phoenix Marriott Tempe at The Buttes 2015 community service initiatives included: 480 volunteer hours to the Ronald McDonald House "Cook Dinner" program; 610 volunteer hours "Cooking for a Cause" and 200 volunteer hours with Habitat for Humanity.
When that happens, he usually tells them the same thing he told me when I confessed to considering the Butte to Butte.
These and the final find got the ruler to order Buttes to put the field on stream.
The oil and gas exploration major has received permit for the 10-acre downspacing in at least two subareas of the Greater Natural Buttes field prior to the Energy Symposium at Western Park in Vernal last week.
Coyote (who is heroically persistent) was falling off a mesa or a butte. And when Richard Dreyfuss made his pilgrimage to Devil's Tower in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, I never wondered if it's a butte or a mesa, and I doubt that the extraterrestrials did, either.
Butte has probably produced more specimen-grade rhodochrosite than any other locality in the world, but only a small part of it has ranked in quality with the best from Colorado, Peru, or South Africa.