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mountain

related in some way to high altitude.

mountain devil
see lambertiaformosa.
mountain disease
see altitude sickness.
mountain gorilla
Gorilla gorilla beringei.
mountain laurel
see kalmia.
mountain lion
see mountain lion.
mountain mahogany
mountain pink
centauriumbeyrichii.
mountain sickness
see altitude sickness.
mountain silvery lupine
lupinusalpestris.
mountain thermopsis
thermopsismontana.
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Referencing Hitler's Armenian quote has become a narrative convention in the handful of feature films devoted to the Armenian Genocide and its repercussions like Ararat (2002), Assignment Berlin (1982), and The Forty Days of Musa Dagh (1982).
We informed them that we awarded them a field called Qara Dagh," Ashti Hawrami told Reuters.
His membership in the Prussian Academy of Arts and Letters revoked, Werfel was still able in 1934 to publish The Forty Days of Musa Dagh [Die vierzig Tage des Musa Dagh], his epic novel about the Armenian genocide (1915-1917) in Turkey, but that book was soon "confiscated and prohibited nationwide .
It is predicted that seismic operations in Kapeh Dagh region will be completed in the next couple of months and after analyzing data the most appropriate location will be chosen for drilling," the NIOC exploration manager said.
Ulug depe, as the name meaning "big mound" already suggests, is one of the largest archeological sites in the Kopet Dagh foreland, in the Dushak area.
The play revolved around Surf Excel's popular slogan: Dagh Tau Achay Hotay Hain.
The contract has been signed pertaining to the Qara Dagh Block in Kurdistan.
The Kurds, which comprise around 10 percent of the population, are the largest ethnic group after the Arabs, and live predominantly along the borders with Iraq and Turkey with the greatest concentrations in the Jazira in the northeast, Kubani in the north and the Kurd Dagh in the northwest.
In the 846-sq-km Qara Dagh block, Calgary's Niko Resources and Vast Exploration in 2009 shot 2D seismic.
Franz Werfel, the Austrian Jewish novelist who escaped Hitler's death list by a hair in 1934, wrote the first major novel about the Armenian genocide, The Forty Days of Musa Dagh.