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

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Silver Creek said the Red Butte Pipeline system represents the first acquisition for Silver Creek since its formation in October of 2017.
Patrick Barley, founder and chief executive officer of Silver Creek Midstream, said, 'We are very excited to complete the acquisition of the Red Butte Pipeline system, which represents the first acquisition for Silver Creek since our formation in October of 2017.
The change will be very noticeable for regular Skinner Butte Park visitors.
A large area of the Butte/Silver Bow Creek site, encompassing land both west and east of the Butte Hill, has not even begun to be studied by EPA.
The seller of the gold Butte Nugget likewise requested for secrecy, withholding both his identity and the exact location where the Butte Nugget was found.
Butte prides itself in providing members the best possible financial services," Butte CEO David Morgan said.
We're excited," Butte America Foundation founding member Amanda Curtis, a former state legislator and the impetus behind the new organization and the radio station, told the paper.
The mix of nationalities drawn to Butte during the mining boom of the late 1800s and early 1900s spurred an eclectic array of cheap eats tailored for the poor workers, from the proliferation of Chinese noodle parlors to the invention of the pork-chop sandwich.
North Butte is expected to contribute about 300,000 Ib (136,000 kg) of uranium concentrate in 2013 and ramp up to a targeted annual production rate of more than 700,000 lb/y by 2015.
The joint venture in Butte will produce tubes, ducts and small structural SeaCast castings for GE jet engines.
We record those pain measures; it's not just acted on, it's recorded back into the EMR," Butte says.
Butte College will see a significant cost savings from its solar arrays, estimating that $50-75 million will be saved over the next 15 years, even after accounting for project costs and interest, by eliminating its electricity bill, earning more for excess electricity production, and avoiding future electricity rate increases.