dinkey


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a small locomotive

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Anne Forer, Naomi Weisstein, Linda Gordon, Amy Kesselman, Norma Allen, Jane Lazarre, Anne Froines, Dinkey Romilly, and Sheli Wortis were among this group; many didn't want to be named.
For example, the 1984 California Omnibus Wilderness Act was passed on the condition that motorist access would continue on existing four-wheel drive roads linking the Dinkey Lakes and John Muir Wildernesses, and bisecting the Mokelurnne Wilderness.
The central Sierra: big trees, Dinkey Lakes It's the calm lap of lake water against a canoe, the crunch of pipe needles underfoot, and the squawk of a Steller's jay.
Some engineers, called dinkey operators, work at industrial sites or mines operating engines that help transport coal, rock, or supplies.
Hayles, Columbus Dinkey G.: 55, on the charge of fourth-degree assault.
D & F Pack Station: John Muir, AnselAdams, Kaiser, Dinkey Lakes.
The Two days 'Donkey Festival' was organized every year on 11 and 12th of Muharram, in which, thousands of sellers and buyers participate amid to purchase thier favored dinkeys. According to report thousands of donkeys of different breeds from across the country were presented by the sellers in the festival.
The Two days 'Donkey Festival' was organized every year on 11 and 12th of Muharram, in which, thousands of sellers and buyers participate amid to purchase thier-favored dinkeys. According to report the sellers in the festival presented thousands of donkeys of different breeds across from country.
The rest work primarily for local governments as subway and streetcar operators and for mining, manufacturing, and marine cargo-handling operations operating their own locomotives and dinkeys that shuttle railcars containing ore, coal, and other bulk materials.