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baraboo

[′bär·ə‚bü]
(geology)
A monadnock buried by a series of strata and then reexposed by the partial erosion of these younger strata.
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The property near Baraboo, Wisconsin, was worn-out land, 80 sandy acres unsuited to farming, full of failed corn fields and cockleburs.
She is two-thirds into her trip and has already run across Eastern Europe, Russia and Siberia, Alaska, Canada, reaching Baraboo, Wisconsin.
In 1999, for example, Baraboo, Wisconsin, created a TIF for an industrial park and a Wal-Mart supercenter that were built on farmland; the blight label was based on a single house in the district that was uninhabited.
In 1935, during a severe and prolonged drought, Aldo Leopold purchased an abandoned farm along the Wisconsin River near Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Richard Ivan Schoenoff of Baraboo, Wisconsin and Mr.
Oddly enough, this essay starts with the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin and Necedah NWR in Wisconsin where Whooping Cranes from the eastern migratory introduced population can be seen in spring and summer.
The twins were found dead after their mother Susan Winburn, 28, returned to Yates's home in Baraboo, Wisconsin, after work.
Tiny is being mounted and will be on display in the coming year at Devil's Lake State Park in Baraboo, Wisconsin.
For a memorable weekend without the splurge, feast on Saugatuck's foodie offerings, sample Detroit's fine art scene, or experience some of the best rock climbing in the Midwest in Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Every year the Circus World Museum of Baraboo, Wisconsin, reenacts an old-fashioned circus train and here presented is all the wonder and tradition of these very special trains and their distinctively unique cargos.