salt hill


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salt hill

[′sȯlt ‚hil]
(geology)
An abrupt hill of salt, with sinkholes and pinnacles at its summit.
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The Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce helped Salt hill Pub of West Lebanon celebrate their new location on 5 Airport Road.
BENJAMIN GOLDBERG'S poems have appear in Best New Poets 2014, TriQuarterly, Ninth Letter, Salt Hill, Blackbird, and elsewhere.
FARAH MARKLEVITS'S poems have appeared in DIAGRAM, Octopus, Fourteen Hills, Salt Hill, and other journals.
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Chase's school at Salt Hill, near Slough, he won a place at Eton.
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the drawings have appeared in issues of Salt Hill Journal and Hunger Mountain.
Out of 18 points, the total tourism potential value, these two dimensions are of great importance, plus in this case, the tourist potential of the landscape represented by the Salt Hill and Corund Gorge, the only one excavated in salt, in the south, unfortunately although it is declared a natural reserve, it is not included in the tourist circuit (Fig.
Speaking ahead of the service's first conference in Salt Hill, Co Galway, chief executive Mary Nally said: "Many lead solitary lives with few people to speak to, they may be house-bound, isolated and greatly lacking in social contact.
Our base was the seaside town of Salt Hill - and what an ideal base it proved to be.
a place reported by some to be a salt hill where salt is dug out, but by others to be a place where salt dries upon the grass by the of a Lake and Salt springs .