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Synonyms for Berkshires

a low mountain range in western Massachusetts

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Berkshire Partners, a Boston-based investment firm, announced that Torres Unidas (TU), a leading independent owner and operator of communication towers in South America, was acquired by Andean Tower Partners.
Sadao and Louise offer a completely unique experience for those looking to get away from the city and into the quiet calm of the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts.
The new Berkshires quickly took Pere Marquette by storm.
Peter Riegert (Boon), Karen Allen (Katy), Stephen Furst (Flounder), Mark Metcalf (Niedermeyer), and Judy Belushi, widow of John Belushi (Blutarsky), were scheduled to attend, according to The Berkshire Eagle.
Proposals for "Hawthorne in the Berkshires" should address some facet of the work that was inspired by or produced during the writer's Berkshire phase.
The new family will return to join three other Berkshire sows kept in the woods later in the autumn.
The Berkshare, available in the Berkshires region of the U.
Ringelheim presents a number of venues, including downtown Boston, the Berkshires, and the Cape.
So, in the winter semester, she begins attending Williams College, in the Berkshires.
from his great height he says, when in the Berkshires the heat is
The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health Escape with me to the Berkshires for a 3-day spa retreat
Susan Frome is an essayist and also a features writer and film reviewer for the arts magazine The Country and Abroad published in New York State, the Berkshires, and Connecticut's Litchfield County.
Four sisters, reminiscent of those in Little Women, with their widowed professorial father have a grand summer in the Berkshires, making friends, having crushes, and annoying their wealthy neighbor.
Those seeking more of a challenge should consider a tour of the northern Berkshires of Massachusetts and southern Vermont (rated 1-B/C).