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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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The thinning will also open up a view of the big concrete "E" embedded in the south slope of Skinner Butte (although trees will block a view of the letter from downtown).
He said blood lead levels in children in Butte are decreasing.
DJs from the Montana Tech student-run radio station, like Butte High School student Amber Edwards, are welcome, said Curtis.
As the old miner's saying still popular in Butte goes, ''Tap 'er light.
We are excited by the manufacturing expertise at the Butte operation, including critical skills in welding and fabrication," said Colleen Athans, vice president and general manager of the Supply Chain Division, GE Aviation.
The idea of taking data from an EMR for research purposes isn't completely novel, Butte concedes.
Some of the Butte Community Bank employees were also hired by the new owner.
This is a big problem for Gunnison County where the big economic drivers are Crested Butte Ski Area, Gunnison/Crested Butte Airport, Western State College and agriculture.
By adding our latest solar arrays, Butte College is now the largest 'solar' college campus in California.
Results--The Turtle Butte Formation consists of approximately 22.
The Butte district in southwestern Montana was discovered in the summer of 1864 by G.
LAKE LOS ANGELES -- State parks officials are launching new fitness and family activities at Saddleback Butte and Arthur B.