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noun as in mesa

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Wake up to beige buttes as far as the eye can see before cruising the 27 miles over to Capitol Reef.

Outdoor Outreach, the organization that first introduced Butte to the outdoors in San Diego, is part of the Parks Now coalition that sponsored SB 624.

During her junior year of high school, Butte got involved with an organization in southeastern San Diego, Outdoor Outreach, that links youth from communities like hers to the outdoors.

Butte, who grew up in Paradise Hills and continues to live there, said that as a kid, the parks closest to her home often felt unsafe, and her family didn’t have a car to drive to nicer ones farther away.

“Communities like mine have not been able to access outdoor space for economic reasons, but also historically, communities of color haven’t been accepted into outdoor spaces, and things like surfing and hiking,” Butte said.

A week ago, Amanda Curtis was a just math teacher from Butte with a TED talk.

Tedford spotted Rodgers while recruiting another Butte player, but Rodgers still wears Butte jerseys.

In the end, conduct that might not fly in Butte could draw a fugghedaboudit in Brooklyn.

He dashed off at a full run for the butte, closely followed by Texas Smith and Coronado.

The lesser one remained flitting about the house, or to and fro between here and Antelope Butte.

It was a bluff or butte of limestone which innumerable years had converted into marl, and for the most part into earth.

With his field-glass Thurstane discovered what he judged to be another similar structure crowning a distant butte.

This high lonely butte stands on the borderland between the country of the Pawnees and the country of the Dakotas.


On this page you'll find 146 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to butte, such as: bluff, cliff, dune, highland, hillside, and hilltop.

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