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hill country

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(Physical Geography) NZ (in North Island) elevated pasture land for sheep or cattle
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"There are the baboons of the hill country," suggested another.
"That is the way to talk," cried The Killer, "but we do not need the baboons of the hill country. We are enough.
They would help him, gladly; but they must do it in their own way and that meant enlisting the services of their kinsmen and allies of the hill country. So Korak was forced to give in.
Thus, calling and listening, they came closer to their kinsmen, who, it was evident to Korak, were coming to meet them in great numbers; but when, at last, the baboons of the hill country came in view the ape-man was staggered at the reality that broke upon his vision.
"Yes," said one, "we of the hill country are mighty fighters.
Occasionally he fell in with Akut and his tribe, hunting with them for a day or two; or he might travel to the hill country where the baboons had come to accept him as a matter of course; but most of all was he with Tantor, the elephant--the great gray battle ship of the jungle--the super-dreadnaught of his savage world.
He hears the echoes of a horn in a hill country, in the Notch Mountains, for example, which converts the mountains into an Aeolian harp,--and this supernatural tiralira restores to him the Dorian mythology, Apollo, Diana, and all divine hunters and huntresses.
The 19-year-old was rescued from the pit, in Pex Hill Country Park, north of Widnes, by fire crews and paramedics.
The previous incident saw the spa at Shorrocks Hill Country Club set on fire by a suspected petrol bomb on Bank Holiday Monday.
* Conditions varied throughout the state: dry in the Hill Country and Gulf Coast, wet in the High Plains.
The collaboration of Scott Cohen (Executive Chef of Las Canarias restaurant in San Antonio, Texas and the Pesca restaurant on the River in the Watermark Hotel and Spa) and food critic and author Marian Betancourt, "The Texas Hill Country Cookbook: A Taste Of Provence" is a showcase compendium of French influenced contemporary Texas cuisine.
Sure enough, Leaning Oaks Vineyards is an estate vineyard located in the Texas Hill country where grapes are grown and then made into Cabernet, Zinfandel, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sangiovese wine conserves and Cabernet and Chardonnay wine sauces.