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razorback

[′rā·zər‚bak]
(geology)
A sharp, narrow ridge.
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The event, dubbed 'Rock The World -- Save The Planet' will feature Urbandub, Cueshe, Razorback, Basti Artadi and Sandstorm.
No cheering in the press box, the sportswriting rule goes, but we can forgive Chris Hooten if he pulls a little for the Arkansas Razorbacks.
My heart goes out to the loved ones of Razorback drummer Brian Velasco.
Razorback, who last had a gig in December,debuted in 1995 with the album "Hebigat Sounds, Vol.
Chart's program oversees the campaign to restore the razorback sucker and three other fish, all of them found only in the Colorado River system.
Summit Materials Inc (NYSE:SUM) signed definitive agreements to acquire Everist Materials LLC based in Colorado and Razorback Concrete Company based in Arkansas, subject to customary closing conditions, the company declared on Friday.
The materials-based acquisitions of Everist and Razorback collectively bring aggregates operations with more than 100m tons of permitted reserves in Colorado and Arkansas, in addition to a network of vertically integrated ready-mix concrete and asphalt plants in growing public and private end-markets in proximity to Summit's existing portfolio of materials-based assets.
Long-distance movements by razorback sucker have been associated with spawning aggregations and migrations; however, razorback sucker are typically sedentary outside of the spawning period (Tyus, 1987; Modde and Irving, 1998).
This now increases the JORC-compliant Mineral Resources in the Razorback Ridge Area to 1,816 Million tonnes at 21.0% Fe.
The Chiefs, American Youth Football (AYF) Massachusetts State Champions, lost 26-13 to the Pelham/Windham Razorbacks in the AYF New England Regional semifinals at Commerce Bank Field at Foley Stadium.