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Many injuries occur on the boulder fields, Yurkewycz said, where sharp volcanic rocks scrape skin and twist ankles.
Acclaimed Michigan course designer Mike DeVries also used boulder formations as fairway obstacles to avoid, more often than sand bunkers.
The restaurant takes its name from David Kennison, a legendary figure in Chicago history; there is a boulder to his memory in Lincoln Park, near, but apparently not precisely at, his gravesite.
Not everything has to feel like a whole boulder lifted; not everything has to feel like a sacrifice that could save the world.
Sisyphus is a figure in Greek mythology famous for pushing a boulder up a hill only to watch it roll back down again.
Researchers uncovered walls 26 feet thick and almost 20 feet high, with boulders in the foundation.
In the aftermath, Disney added a boulder wall and fencing by the water and reptile warning signs at that resort and several others that border water.
Water would be pumped into the cavernous boulder zone beneath the aquifer that provides drinking water.
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