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butting

a form of fighting which is characteristic of ruminants in which the antagonists rush at each other at speed with heads lowered and attempt to meet squarely at the poll or forehead. The victor holds his ground. Sometimes an act of aggression against humans.
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In 2010, the opportunity for a formal partnership was advanced at Senator Max Baucus' Montana Economic Development Summit in Butte where GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt was invited to serve as a keynote speaker.
We can't capture everything as we might be able to in a controlled setting," Butte says.
Right now I don't know but Crested Butte has to change its way of life for some reason other than lifts.
With key solar projects such as these, Butte College is a recognized national leader in sustainability," said Tino Nava, PG&E Account Manager, as he handed the college a PG&E California Solar Initiative rebate check.
Patrick's School and graduated from Girls Central and Butte Central High School.
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.
Emmons, author of The Butte Irish Class and Ethnicity In An America Mining Town 1875 to 1925, told the TG4 documentary it was the richest copper facility in the world at the time but said the job was highly dangerous.
Beat Butte is a holy mountain in the traditions and histories of the Cheyenne, Lakota, Arapaho, Kiowa, Mandan, Hidarsa, Ankara, and other Native nations.
The Butte Greens are closer in age and experience to Ralph Nader himself than to his youthful followers.
The Butte Pipeline System transports about 60,000 barrels per day of crude oil.
But there's a new Butte that isn't happy about the new Dumas.
I believe it essential to visit Butte on a regular basis, just to see what Butte is up to.