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Compact disk-read-write Informatics A rewritable compact disk, capable of holding ± 750 MB of data; CD-RW is an active storage medium, allowing repeated data additions. Cf CD-ROM.
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He is looking forward to exploring Mount Rainier and the surrounding area with his wife, Laurie Lee Jenkins, who also works for the Park Service and his two sons Hayden, a student at the University of Washington and Logan who is in high school.
They have developed systems to warn people in surrounding communities of eruptions or dangerous mudflows, which could happen at Mount Rainier even without an eruption.
A neighbour, Carla DeRise, has been to Mount Rainier and other parks, and is game to go again.
It may be weeks or months -- if ever -- before rescuers can get on the ground to search for six climbers who likely plummeted to their deaths high on snow-capped Mount Rainier in Washington state.
Six climbers on Mount Rainier likely fell thousands of feet to their deaths in what would be among the worst alpine accidents ever on the iconic Washington mountain, the US media report.
Seattle, Sha'ban 3, 1435, Jun 1, 2014, SPA -- Six climbers on Mount Rainier likely fell thousands of feet to their deaths in what would be among the worst alpine accidents ever on the iconic Washington state mountain.
Angelo Figueroa and his spouse, Kristine, were recognized as Good Samaritan Award recipients at the Mount Rainier Chapter Red Cross Heroes breakfast in Tacoma, Washington, for their quick action in June after witnessing a terrible automobile accident.
Rob Marshall and Mark Uberuaga led a pair of wounded combat controllers on a climb of Mount Rainier in Washington.
Just like Sly Stallone's character in the Rambo movies, Barnes used his army survival training to evade capture in the Mount Rainier National Park on the west side of the snow-capped Cascade mountain range in Washington State.
While none of my students has seen Mount Fuji firsthand, they can relate to this world-famous Japanese mountain, as we live in the northwest and have a similar landmark, Mount Rainier.
1947: The series of ''flying saucer'''' stories started when pilot, Kenneth Arnold, reported seeing disc-shaped objects over Mount Rainier, Washington.
This most popular horsetail type waterfall in Mount Rainier National Park in Lewis County near Paradise, where waterfall drops 188 feet, was named by Arthur F.

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