baraboo

baraboo

[′bär·ə‚bü]
(geology)
A monadnock buried by a series of strata and then reexposed by the partial erosion of these younger strata.
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Residents who choose the Baraboo rural site for their training will spend their first postgraduate year in Madison, the state capital.
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.
at the terminal building of the baraboo wisconsin dells airport.
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Community First Bank currently has offices in Boscobel, Muscoda, Richland Center, Reedsburg and Baraboo.
Ringling Theatre, named after its owner, the renowned circus impresario, opens in Baraboo, Wis.
All captive crane samples were acquired from the International Crane Foundation, Baraboo, WI, USA.
The Fuller & Johnson Museum at the Badger Steam & Gas Engine Club in Baraboo, Wisconsin, serves as a clubhouse for F&J fans.
It is at present a laboratory prototype, under the codename Project Baraboo, that Microsoft plans to release later in the year.
Eleven catostomid species inhabit the Baraboo River, a tributary of the Wisconsin River, located in south central Wisconsin.
In 1935, during a severe and prolonged drought, Aldo Leopold purchased an abandoned farm along the Wisconsin River near Baraboo, Wisconsin.