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market surveyors forecast the semiconductor industry would peak off in 2019.
Kyle Dempster and Scott Adamson began their ascent of the 7,285-metre (23,900-foot) Ogre-II peak off the Choktoi Glacier in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan on Sunday August 21, but went missing the next day and have not been seen since.
Perhaps they should fence the peak off and have an entrance at the bottom to vet climbers and ensure they have a brain.
Reece, a Kentucky native, spent much of 2003 and 2004 watching a mining company "top" a mountain--dynamiting the peak off so the coal could be scooped out.
Garduno-Argueta & Calderon-Perez (1994) and Edwards (1978) found March to September, with a June peak off Mazatlan.
He should be at his peak off a rating just 4lb higher than his Racing Post Chase winning mark.
"Suharto's power is still strong, so what we have done so far is only slicing the peak off the pyramid," he said, referring to the success of students in forcing Suharto to step down.