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hiltop

  • n  the peak of a hill

  • Gawng Lang sits on a lonely hilltop in northeast Burma, sheltered by gently swaying bamboo.
  • A plastic slide and swing set stand on a weedy corner of the arid hilltop.
  • Mehbooba Andyar, an Afghan runner slated to compete in the Olympics, stretches during a media event on a hilltop in Kabul.
News & Articles

  • Hilltop League in Haverford: 50 years strong
    The Hilltop Baseball, Softball and Challenger League team in Haverford has been a keystone in the community for half a century.
    June 11, 2013 - News of Delaware County
  • Hilltop to offer advice on health law
    Hilltop Community Resources will guide individuals, families and small employers through the first steps of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act when enrollment begins in the fall.
    June 11, 2013 - The Daily Sentinel
  • Hilltop League in Haverford Township: 50 years strong
    The Hilltop Baseball, Softball and Challenger League team in Haverford has been a keystone in the community for half a century.
    June 10, 2013 - News of Delaware County
Quotes

  • Robert Gates in Los Angeles Times
    We should look askance at idealistic, triumphalist or ethnocentric notions : that imagine it is possible to cow, shock or awe an enemy into submission, instead of tracking enemies down hilltop by hilltop, house by house, block by bloody block,...
  • Recep Tayyip Erdogan in BBC News
    They suspect the plane's tail hit a hilltop and that the aircraft fell on its fuselage with the force of the impact,Mr Erdogan said.

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