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  • proper n. A famous mountain in the Black Hills with the heads of four US presidents carved into it.

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  • n. a mountain in the Black Hills of South Dakota; the likenesses of Washington and Jefferson and Lincoln and Roosevelt are carved on it

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Examples

  • It really is up there on the sort of what I like to call the Mount Rushmore of games, with chess and backgammon and Go ...

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  • We were at Mount Rushmore, which is absolutely stunning.

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  • "Not only will visitors from around the globe have greater access to the state's exquisite natural beauty and powerful Black Hills landmarks such as Mount Rushmore, but they'll also find it more convenient to visit Sioux Falls."

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  • "Not only will visitors from around the globe have greater access to the state's exquisite natural beauty and powerful Black Hills landmarks such as Mount Rushmore, but they'll also find it more convenient to visit South Dakota's largest city, Sioux Falls."

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  • But it picked up precipitously Wednesday when we rolled out another "Mount Rushmore" question -

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  • Mount Rushmore and Keystone are easily located using on-line mapping programs, like MapQuest, using "Mount Rushmore" and "Keystone, SD" as the location.

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  • Many Chinatown agencies specialize in destinations within the U.S.—posters in Chinese advertise hot spots like Niagara Falls and Mount Rushmore.

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  • Roosevelt helped protect landmarks that included Mount Rushmore and the Statue of Liberty during the Great Depression, he said.

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  • This fantasy of a mountain colossus would fuel the Renaissance dreams of egocentric popes, leave its traces in Thomas Hobbes's "Leviathan" and on the slopes of Mount Rushmore, and rear its gigantic head again as recently as 2002, with a proposal by a Greek-American sculptor to carve a 240-foot likeness of Alexander into nearby Mount Kerdyllion "to be complemented by a museum, an amphitheatre and a parking lot".

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  • Images of Americana from Mount Rushmore to Uncle Sam were shown on the screen, alongside his birth certificate.

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