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Justin Robinson, 44, a lifelong resident of Bonny Doon, an unincorporated community in the hills above Santa Cruz, got an order to evacuate on Tuesday, August 18.
We’ve got a lot more hills and it’s just a different landscape.
Their compact, powerful motors strip away the burden of carrying heavy loads and give you a smooth, swift push that flattens hills and shrinks city distances.
Oxford officials, including Hill and Gilbert, did not respond to requests for comment.
In addition to supporting Hill, the Club’s ad spending has mostly targeted Harshbarger and Crowe, which suggests they may be the leading contenders.
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Those same hills would stop a simple wheeled bot in its tracks, its designers note.
I think when people say, “This task has a steep learning curve,” what they mean is, “Man, I feel like I’m going up like Sisyphus pushing the rock up the hill and going up a very steep mountain!”
There is an odd triangular-shaped hill that rises on one side very boldly and abruptly, called the Fox's Head.
It was all breeze and freshness, and the sunlight struck picturesquely aslant the hill-sides.
At last he came to quite a hill, on the summit of which grew a tree with branches close to the ground.

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