Panamint Mountains
geographical name mountains E California W of Death Valley — see Telescope Peak

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  • Panamint Mountains — /pan euh mint/ a mountain range in E California. Highest peak, Telescope Peak, 11,045 ft. (3365 m). * * * …   Universalium

  • Panamint Mountains — Pan′a•mint Moun′tains [[t]ˈpæn ə mɪnt[/t]] n. pl. geg a mountain range in E California. Highest peak, 11,045 ft. (3365 m) …   From formal English to slang

  • Panamint Mountains — /pan euh mint/ a mountain range in E California. Highest peak, Telescope Peak, 11,045 ft. (3365 m) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Panamint — Wohngebiet Ehemaliges Stammesgebiet der Koso und heutige Reservate in Kalifornien. Systematik Kulturareal …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Panamint Range — [pan′ə mint] 〚< name of a division of the Shoshonean Indians〛 mountain range in SE Calif., forming the W rim of Death Valley: highest peak, 11,045 ft (3,367 m) * * * ▪ mountains, United States       group of mountains lying mainly in Inyo county …   Universalium

  • Panamint Kangaroo Rat — Dipodomys panamintinus Panamint Kangaroo Rat Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)[1] …   Wikipedia

  • USS Panamint (AGC-13) — was a Mount McKinley class amphibious force command ship named after a range of mountains in California. She was designed as an amphibious force flagship, a floating command post with advanced communications equipment and extensive combat… …   Wikipedia

  • Cottonwood Mountains (Inyo County) — Coordinates: 36°27′43.794″N 117°19′38.231″W / 36.462165°N 117.32728639°W / 36.462165; 117.32728639 …   Wikipedia

  • Owlshead Mountains — Coordinates: 35°43′44.863″N 116°44′14.133″W / 35.72912861°N 116.73725917°W / 35.72912861; 116.73725917 …   Wikipedia

  • Virgin Mountains — The Virgin Mountains are located in the southeastern part of the state of Nevada and northwestern Arizona. The range runs in a southwest northeasterly direction, and covers an area of approximately 116 square miles. The range lies about 10 to 16… …   Wikipedia

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