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As he was carried on a stretcher down the hillock of debris, rescuers and spectators broke into cheers and applause.
As Shkvyria places a camera trap on a pine tree near the wolf hillock, Burdo explains.
The technique for dealing with whoops is as follows: punch the gas up the micro-hillock to lift the front
DOC was part of a three-man team that reached S 5 on foot, a grueling hike through 10 miles of boulders and steep hillocks.
This little hillock of oak trees and an open pavilion is one of Baltimore's most quiet and unassuming World War I memorials.
A small television was parked in a corner, amidst hillocks of clothes; more clothes hung from pegs on the wall.
PARIS — The basketball court has warped over the years, growing herringbone hillocks and hollows, like some miniature rolling plain.
Its neighboring hillock of garlicky mashed potatoes, laced with the meat’s braising liquid, dwarfed the meat, but that’s a petty quibble with one of Skillets’ tastiest dishes.
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