intermountain

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in·ter·moun·tain

 (ĭn′tər-moun′tən)
adj.
Located between mountains or mountain systems, especially lying between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada or Cascade Range in the western United States.

intermountain

(ˌɪntəˈmaʊntɪn) or

intermont

adj
located between mountains
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Virginia Intermont College (VA) * Private nonprofit 6.
EDISON JENNINGS lives in Virginia and teaches at Virginia Intermont College.
Greiner served as president of the Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Va.
Crowder (computer and information management, Virginia Intermont College) and D.
Underwood has been offered a $56,000 scholarship award to Virginia Intermont College.
Besides Weber State, the original group of schools with ADN programs were Fairleigh Dickinson College, Rutherford, New Jersey: Pasadena City College, Pasadena, California; Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn, Michigan; Orange County Community College, Middletown, New York; Virginia Intermont College, Bristol; and Virginia State College, Norfolk.
Michele Intermont, graduada de Notre Dame y profesora en el Colegio de Kalamazoo, Michigan, afirma: "El Grupo Clavius me ofrece una buena oportunidad de alejarme de mi trabajo ordinario y concentrarme en la investigacion sin distracciones".
Big Dreams at Virginia Intermont Fuel Pitch," Richmond Times-Dispatch, by Ruth Intress.
Guatemala, by its topography, is a country made in heaven for the coffee grower with a narrow coastal strip, lowlands, fertile river valleys on the Caribbean edging the central highlands, and numerous intermont basins in the volcanic areas which are between 4,500 and 7,500 ft.
Montreal, Quebec SIC: 1311 Pebercan, formerly Intermont Inc.
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