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guyot

[gē′ō]
(geology)
A seamount, usually deeper than 100 fathoms (180 meters), having a smooth platform top. Also known as tablemount.
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He believes the ill will and negative word-of-mouth created by Guyot and his minions doomed the Ozark Medieval Fortress as much as serious flaws in site selection and planning and authenticity issues.
Airbus boss Tom Enders said: "I am very pleased to welcome Virginie Guyot and Birgitte Stalder-Olsen, two exceptional women, to the board of the Airbus Corporate Foundation.
Guyot H, Mauroy A, Thiry E, Losson B, Bodmer M, Kitten P, et al.
Kenneth Guyot, 39, admitted he's the wild man of the group.
The geomorphology and the depth of the seamount indicated that it is a guyot.
Guyot, Fairchild, and Hill (1981) and Harter (1982) also concluded that participation in organized sport and physical activity increases feelings of confidence and adequacy in athletic endeavors, which in turn increase the desire to participate.
Guyot was probably best known for his tenure at the helm of Entrepose, the French pipeline construction company.
The last association convention Guyot attended was in 1993 in Madrid, Spain.
But this is the first tectonic guyot anyone has ever studied.
With the assistance of SNCC organizers such as Robert Moses, Charles McLaurin, Lawrence Guyot, and others, a number of movement centers began to emerge, first in McComb, then in the Delta, and eventually in black communities across the state.
It is during play that kittens learn to control how hard they can bite and to retract their claws when interacting with others," Guyot says.