Roundtop


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Round´top`


n.1.(Naut.) A top; a platform at a masthead; - so called because formerly round in shape.
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Contract awarded for The 52nd national functional games busan roundtop transportation service
A trip with her sister to Roundtop, Texas, proved to be a treasure trove for vintage beds, furnishings, and quilts.
Roundtop _ Fri 6:25 am packed powder machine groomed 40-55 base 19 of 19 trails 100% open, 8 of 9 lifts, sm Mon-Fri: 9a-10p Sat/Sun: 8a-10p
Recently, it delved into the construction market with a novel profile system for roundtop windows.
The RoundTop series feature radiused enclosure tops and a sleek profile designed to accommodate a STRONGARM display with a Thin Client or KVM.
The Nosler Custom Model 48 is built on the same action as our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Edition Custom rifles--but in a roundtop version that accepts standard scope mounting bases.
You are standing on a hill called Little Roundtop, at Gettysburg, and you are gazing over this beautiful landscape.
I doubt that the sailors who were fighting in Midway Island in the Pacific, or the soldiers who were charging down Little Roundtop at Gettysburg, realized that they were taking part in some of the most important battles in history.
Absolute MT's main line is the Johnford brand of machines from Roundtop Machinery Industries Ltd.
Chamberlain of the 20th Maine was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his leadership on the second day of Gettysburg, and his defense and subsequent attack from Little Roundtop.
Edward Henry's fine article, "The Mountain Island," in the April 2001 Conservationist, awakened many happy memories of Roundtop in the Catskills for me during the mid-1920s.
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