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Rushmore

Mount. a mountain in W South Dakota, in the Black Hills: a national memorial, with the faces of Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson, and Roosevelt carved into its side by Gutzon Borglum between 1927 and 1941. Height: 1841 m (6040 ft.)
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The first step involves an oral, prereading activity that orients students toward the Rushmore article (see Table 1).
Take Max's father in Rushmore: "Well, well, well," he says, welcoming an end-of-the-rope Herman Blume into his barbershop.
Anderson's directing credits include "Rushmore" and "Bottle Rocket." Wilson, who co-wrote both of those pics with Anderson, recently starred in "Shanghai Noon."
Connections had reported that the colt had been unsuited by the track at Epsom when disappointing on his previous outing, and Rushmore put that behind him in no uncertain style, coming from last to first in the final two furlongs.
Quantum Corp has released three additions to its Rushmore Ultra line of solid state disk (SSD) storage products.
That's what can happen in October, when the people in Rushmore suddenly find themselves facing the wrong way, as if turned about by a nasty gust.
A National Park Service plan to overhaul visitor facilities at Mount Rushmore National Memorial emphasizes new construction at the expense of the park's history and resources, NPCA contends.
Director Joumana Rizk makes felicitous use of the Rushmore Festival site.
John the Divine in New York City, but he is chiefly known for his massive group of four great American leaders on Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.
The wrinkles of age spare no one -- not even the famous faces at Mount Rushmore. The granite rock from which these sculptures were carved contains many fractures and other flaws that could eventually threaten the memorial's structural stability.
Sioux chief Henry Standing Bear asked Ziolkowski to create the monument after watching Gutzon Borglum place four white presidents on Mount Rushmore's face in the heart of his beloved Black Hills.