snow-capped peaks

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  • Several other natural gas plants provide extra power during times of peak demand.
  • This concert has been referred to as a peak musical experience by the band.
  • The third peak can be used to get information about the dark matter density.
  • During peak hours, stations can get so crowded that they need to be closed.
  • In peak summer time periods, the waiting time to board a ship could reach several hours.
  • The controversy reached its peak during the second day of the Third Test.
  • All passengers using parking facilities during peak hours must now pay for the service.
  • The majority of the peaks are located near the centre of the mountain.
  • Seeing what he had done, he erected three mountain peaks to mark where each fell.
  • This would generally be performed when an individual was in normal good health, and thus at peak resistance.
  • Neither sentimental nor financial, probably peak of market now and never such an offer.
  • The song became a top ten hit in the UK, peaking at number six.
  • In Ireland, the song reached the top ten and peaked at six.
  • It is surrounded on all sides by higher peaks of the mountain range.
  • The song achieved commercial success, peaking inside the top-five in eleven countries.
  • Many works of crime and horror have been set in the Peak.
  • There are some peak hours in a day which are busy and have more traffic than normal hours.
  • It peaked at number five in the US and number nine in the UK.
  • The Internet has come into widespread use, although service can be slow at peak times.
  • Storm-clouds had been gathering about one great snow-covered peak, far in the distance. Cited from Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico, by E. L. Kolb
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