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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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17, 2019 when I peacefully passed away from congestive heart failure following a two-day stay at the Hospice House in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Like my favorite jockey, Earlie Fires, I raced this horse across the finish line and wound up in the winner's circle.
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All this and a crane sanctuary in Baraboo, Wisconsin, became reality because of the friendship between George and Tex, an inspiring environmental story that encourages everyone to follow their dreams.
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In 1935, during a severe and prolonged drought, Aldo Leopold purchased an abandoned farm along the Wisconsin River near Baraboo, Wisconsin. The Leopold family used this depleted farm as a place to experiment with strategies and techniques for restoring environmental health to an ailing piece of previously exploited farmland.
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