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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A mountain, 3,901 m (12,799 ft) high, of southern Montana northeast of Yellowstone National Park. It is the highest elevation in the state.

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Examples

  • At Granite Peak, Sibyl watched the signal flashes from distant

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  • Carleton, on his way to Granite Peak, rolled in his blanket under the pines.

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  • A half mile from Granite Peak, they met Jack Carleton and, by dark, as

    The Eyes of the World

  • Now and then, from some higher point, he sighted Granite Peak.

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  • "Some one is following my trail down from Granite Peak."

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  • And over above the dry boxscrub-covered ridges, the great Granite Peak, glaring like a molten mass.

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  • "This is kind of feeling like the pioneers that were originally here," said Metzler, North Dakota operations manager for Granite Peak, a real estate development company.

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  • "You could really see that in the recession as people took shorter, more frequent trips rather than longer vacations," said Charles Skinner, owner of the Granite Peak ski resort in Wausau.

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  • "You could really see that in the recession as people took shorter, more frequent trips rather than longer vacations," said Charles Skinner, owner of the Granite Peak ski resort in Wausau.

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  • Since mother nature hasn't been producing, Granite Peak is finally making their own snow.

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