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 (fôr′ə-kər, fŏr′-), Mount
A peak, 5,304 m (17,400 ft) high, in the Alaska Range of south-central Alaska.
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(ˈfɔr ə kər, ˈfɒr-)

Mount, a mountain in central Alaska, in the Alaska Range, near Mt. McKinley. 17,280 ft. (5267 m).
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