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Ended a study on the health effects of mountaintop-removal mining.
The Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative is helping to build a complex on a remote mountaintop where students can learn how to operate ____________.
One 2010 review published in Science found elevated mortality rates, as well as increased incidence of lung cancer and kidney disease, in counties near mountaintop mining.
Granite Park Chalet, a mountaintop site reachable by trail, had so many visitors in 1967 that its incinerator could not contain all their trash, and managers discarded the excess in a gully behind the facility.
Just as Moses obtained the victory over the Amalekites by interceding on the mountaintop, the Church always has need of souls who will devote themselves to constant intercession and sacrifice.
The pursuit has taken him to a mountaintop in Argentina, a jungle in Gabon, an ice field north of the Arctic Circle - exposing him to every type of eclipse there is to see, on every continent except Antarctica.
Eat in your car, on a boat, on a four-wheeler or a mountaintop.
The mountaintop, which can be reached without technical climbing gear, once hosted American combat troops training to fight in Italy's Apennine Range during World War II.
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