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Butt

An obsolete measure of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.
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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.
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.
Because Hayden Butte was a natural spot for visitors to hike, the need to protect the site became even more urgent.
Sutter Buttes Naturalists intertwines able interpretations of the buttes' natural landscape with accounts of human history.
Potential risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, the ability to enforce its rights under the Participation Agreement, the interpretation of the Concession Agreement and the Participation Agreement, the viability of the Mubarek Field, the total investment in drilling and operating the wells, the accuracy of estimated production rates and the price of crude oil, the accuracy of statements from Crescent and Buttes and other risks related to the oil and gas industry.
When it was dedicated on October 19, 1916, Elephant Butte was the largest irrigation dam in the United States and the second largest in the world.
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We have a cash prize for King and Queen of the Downhill, too," says Wyckoff, who himself has never run the Butte to Butte in eight years, because he is too busy, well, running the event.
The Antelope Valley SEA encompasses the remaining undeveloped portions of Lovejoy Butte, around which Lake Los Angeles is built, and all of Alpine, Piute, Black and Saddleback buttes.
Twin Buttes is a building block for Colorado's New Energy Economy, moving the state toward its goal of 20 percent renewable energy by 2020.
You drive to the top of Skinner Butte, drink in the delicious view, slam down a sub sandwich, see the Three Sisters poised out there in deep left field and think: Hey, is this a great place to live or what?