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bolson

[bōl‚sän]
(geology)
In the southwestern United States, a basin or valley having no outlet.
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Cluster B1 took place in El Bolson, Rio Negro province, in September 1994.
Speaking from the audience, Steve Bolson, president of Partners Management Group, a New York-based turn-key procurement and fit out company, questioned the value of preferred suppliers.
Bolson tortoises creep through spiky yucca plants in the Chihuahuan Desert in New Mexico.
The Mesilla Bolson is a deep aquifer that extends down the entire length of the Mesilla Valley.
She was ordered from by J Bolson and Sons of Poole, Dorset, in April 1944, painted battleship grey and sent to the Dutch port of Terneuzen.
If Bolson should die, the other CPA has first right of refusal to buy the practice.
The first study by Susan Deeds examines the myriad and complex relations between the native peoples of Nueva Vizcaya, the Acaxee, Xixime, Tepehuan, Tarahumara, Concho, and the hunter-gatherers living in small bands in eastern part of the region in the Bolson de Mapimi.
Derek Anderson, Samuel Anderson, Jeremy Arey, Daniel Arnold, Farhad Ayaz, Alice Baker, Katherine Baker, Rodney Barker, Elizabeth Bauer, Jason Bedell, Britt Bingham, Nicole Bolson, Sean Brennan, Thomas Brown, Susan Brugato-King, Mark Bruggeman, Melissa Busley, Victoria Byerly, David Campbell, David Cash, Rosaura Chavez, Arne Cherkoss, Heather Cohen, Julia Cook.
com 16 60 E Burton Ave 1992 ReNae Bolson Salt Lake City, Utah 84115-2730 (General Manager) www.
For more on the relationship between men's and women's grades see Jolly 1994 (for South Pentecost), and Bolson n.
Aero has no formal training in pet therapy, but he makes Kridel's colleagues smile anyway, especially Genevieve Bolson, the unit secretary for postoperative surgery.
El Paso gets approximately 40 percent of its water supply from the Hueco Bolson (basin).