Butte

[Besançon] Butte is a sector of Besançon, located in the center of the city == History == == Geography == The area is located near the historical center, near Grette and Saint-Ferjeux == Education == == Buildings military == == Administrative Buildings == == Transport == The secor is served by the line 1, 6 and 27 == See also == == Source
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butte

A conspicuous, isolated, flattop hill with steep slopes.
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Butte

Butte noun [ French See Butt a bound.] A detached low mountain, or high rising abruptly from the general level of the surrounding plain; -- applied to peculiar elevations in the Rocky Mountain region. « The creek . . . passes by two remarkable buttes of red conglomerate. Ru
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Butte

noun a town in southwestern Montana; center for mining copper
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butte

noun a hill that rises abruptly from the surrounding region; has a flat top and sloping sides
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butte

a flat-topped landscape feature with steep sides that is surrounded on all sides by lower areas
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Butte

• (n.) A detached low mountain, or high rising abruptly from the general level of the surrounding plain; -- applied to peculiar elevations in the Rocky Mountain region.
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butte

flat-topped hill surrounded by a steep escarpment from the bottom of which a slope descends to the plain. The term is sometimes used for an elevation ...
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Butte

city, seat (1881) of Silver Bow county, southwestern Montana, U.S., on the western slope of the Continental Divide.[1 related articles]
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Butte

A narrow flat-topped hill of resistant rock with very steep sides. Probably formerly a mesa.
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butte

Big Southern Butte, Idaho. Credit: U.S. Bureau of Land Management A small, flat-topped hill formed when erosion dissects a mesa.
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butte

butte, an isolated hill with steep sides and a flat top, resulting from the more rapid erosion of the surrounding areas. Buttes are characteristic of the plains of the W United States. See mesa.
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Butte

Butte (byOOt) , city (1990 pop. 33,336), seat of Silver Bow co., SW Mont.; inc. 1879. It is a trade, ranching, and industrial center. Mining dominated the city's life and economy from its establishment in 1862. Copper, as well as zinc, silver, manganese, gold, lead, molybdenum, and arsenic have been...
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Butte

A butte is an isolated abrupt flat-topped hill found in the west USA.
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Butte

Butte is a soft, white French cheese with a thick white natural mould rind, made from cow's milk.
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Butte

[disambiguation] A butte is a landform. Butte may also refer to: ==People with the surname== ...
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Butte

A butte t is an isolated hill with steep, often vertical sides and a small, relatively flat top; buttes are smaller than mesas, plateaus, and table landforms. In some regions, such as the Midwestern United States and Northwestern United States, the word is used for any hill.{Citation needed|reason=|date=January 2014} The word butte comes from a Fr
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Butte

Name for the back supported basket of grapes for the transport in the Vintage is used. Local differences, there are also the names Beschoff, vat, Hotte, Legel and Logel. The former made of wicker or wood, and now usually made from galvanized steel or plastic container holds about 30 to 40 kg of grapes, has a larger diameter top and tapers down. Pre
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butte

A steep sided and flat topped hill formed by erosion of flat laying strata where remnants of a resistant layer protect the softer rocks underneath.
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Butte

A somewhat isolated hill, usually capped with a resistant layer of rock and bordered by talus. A butte is an erosion remnant of a formerly more extensive slope.
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Butte

A conspicuous hill with steep sides and a flat top. The top is usually a cap-rock of resistant mater
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