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BUTT. A measure of capacity, equal to one hundred and eight gallons. See Measure.

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No small number of visitors arrive in pursuit of an authentic Butte pasty.
Both GE Aviation and SeaCast will invest in the Butte facility to handle higher volume.
The study came together, Butte says, because of a group of authors that have pain research and informatics backgrounds including Butte's student, Linda Liu; post-doctoral scholar David Ruau; Martin Angst, M.
com, said the Butte Nugget attracted six different potential buyers who showed interest as well as capacity to buy the gold piece.
The 79-year-old Butte was chartered in 1935 as the first credit union that served The Grange, a fraternal association that promotes community and agriculture.
Residents' love for Spencer Butte is evident from the 1939 campaign that asked people to help buy a piece of the butte for $5 in order to protect it.
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.
Norm Nielsen, owner of Chico Electric, and a Butte College alumnus, was the solar installation vendor and said it took three months to complete.
Discussion--The Turtle Butte Assemblage has a diverse microfauna, particularly rodents and lagomorphs, typical of the Arikareean, as those orders were diversifying during that time.
Debra White Plume, an organizer with the Inter-Tribal Coalition to Defend Bear Butte, a grossroots group trying to establish a 5-mile buffer zone around the South Dakota mountain, site of the annual Sturgis biker rally but considered sacred by many Native American tribes (NewStandard News, July 11, 2006)
Butte had more than one Grand Marshal this year as stalwarts in the Irish Families and Traditions took the lead in the way of the Maloney family.