alpinist


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alpinist

a mountaineer who climbs in medium-sized glaciated mountain areas such as the Alps
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The rescue mission was launched after the missing alpinists were located Friday when fellow mountaineers using binoculars spotted Revol attempting to climb down while Mackiewicz appeared to be crawling due to frostbite.
Kennedy, hailed as one of the world's greatest alpinists, was partially buried and managed to dig himself out but his girlfriend Perkins, an avid climber and ski mountaineer, was buried 3 feet under the avalanche measuring 150 feet by 300 feet, the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office said.
We have more diversity of terrain and employees with tremendous enthusiasm,'' Kemmerer, an expert skier and alpinist, told me.
In this particular precinct of Bach's art, evil and suffering have no place; and one understands that the splendor of the world God has created for man is meant, not for the solitary spiritual alpinist in the rarefied heights, but for all who sit quietly within the sound of this music, which is the sound of God's voice, the still small voice amplified so that the whole world reverberates and rejoices.
In September two soldiers in the French Alpinist unit were punished after being documented making the salute in front of a Paris synagogue.
It was an unexpected find for the young French alpinist as he approached the summit of Mont Blanc.
TOKYO - Japanese alpinist Yuichiro Miura returned to Tokyo on Wednesday morning after becoming the oldest person to scale Mt.
He faces a couple of interesting rivals in Alpinist and Sugar Boy, but he still looks the one to side with.
Aidan O'Brien has won this recognised Derby trial with the likes of High Chaparral, Fame And Glory, Yeats and Battle Of Marengo's sire Galileo in the last decade, although Jim Bolger, who runs both ALPINIST and BEYOND THANKFUL, has won it for the last three years.
Rescuers were alerted and promptly arrived to the spot to find the four alpinist having sustained various grave injuries, including fractures of the pelvis and leg, and head and ribcage bruises.
Jim Bolger stole the show with a near 194-1 four-timer courtesy of Saburo, Caesaria, Rehn's Nest and Alpinist.