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Crow

(krō),
R.S., 20th-century British physician. See: Crow-Fukase syndrome.
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% infected examined infected (prevalence) Absaroka 1 0 0 Big Horns 20 1 5 Dubois 1 0 0 Jackson 10 6 60 Lander 4 0 0 Lincoln 13 5 38.5 Snowy Range (1) 23 19 82.6 Sublette 90 47 52.2 Targhee 3 2 66.7 Uinta 3 2 66.7 Total 168 82 48.8 No.
The views from Leuschen's Switchback Ranch, straddling the Beartooth and Absaroka Mountains, are nearly as stunning as the panorama from his New York office on Fifth Avenue, high above Central Park.
Two other torpedo attacks were made farther down the coast near Los Angeles by 1-19; one was ineffectual, the other hit the freighter Absaroka. With the help of a nearby Navy tug, Absaroka was beached right below Fort MacArthur.
Bonamici, a senior who's president of the South Eugene IceAxemen - one of a handful of high school mountaineering clubs in the Northwest- spent four weeks in the wilds of the Absaroka Range, which borders Yellowstone National Park in northern Wyoming.
The sky is turquoise, though clouds are bunching up against the peaks of the Absaroka Range in the Washakie Wilderness, where we are headed.
Depositional Model: The Absaroka transgressive event began in the North American craton near the beginning of the Middle Pennsylvanian time, and deposited repetitive alternating nonmarine and marine sediments in the Midcontinent (Heckel, 1977, 1980; Levin, 1991).
BON Voyage can't guarantee that you'll meet Robert Redford on its new "Horse Whisperer" holidays, but you'll certainly get acquainted with the other rugged, good-looking stars of the film - the Absaroka Mountains.
Certainly we're the image of the Old West as we cross the rushing, boot-high, South Fork Shoshone River and head up into the Absaroka Range.
Scott further relates floristic richness per mountain range by showing that the Hoback Range, the smallest, has 92 species, while the largest ranges, Absaroka, Beartooth, and Wind River, have the largest floras (392, 374, and 413 species respectively).
He announced that his administration had struck a deal with Noranda that would save Yellowstone National Park, the Absaroka Wilderness area, the wild and scenic river, the blue-ribbon trout stream--the whole kit and kaboodle--from the threat of mining.
Never more awestruck in his homages to nature's temple, Bill Clinton stood in the shadow of the Absaroka Range above Yellowstone last fall and proclaimed that the deal had been sealed that would save America's oldest national park.