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  1. Altus is a city and county seat in Jackson County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 19,813 at the 2010 census, a loss of 7.7 percent compared to 21,454 at the 2000 census.
  2. Altus is a city in Franklin County, Arkansas, United States. It is part of the Fort Smith, Arkansas-Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 817 at the 2000 census. When the Iron Mountain Railroad laid rails up the Arkansas River Valley in the 1870s from Little Rock to the Oklahoma border at Fort Smith, Altus was the highest point on the track. In recognition of this highest railroad elevation between Little Rock and Fort Smith, the station was originally known as Summit. The town's initial development was due to railroad efforts encouraging German immigration to settle lands adjacent to the railroad. In 1903, the railroad mainline was shifted to a more favorable alignment along the Arkansas River. The track through Altus was removed in the 1930s, but the railroad station has been preserved as a commercial establishment.
  3. Altus was a fortress town in Mygdonia near Therma. The town is mentioned by Stephanus of Byzantium and Theagenes of Macedon.

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Phrases with Altus

  1. Aceria Altus
  2. Aculus Altus
  3. Barbus Altus
  4. Esomus altus
  5. Juncus Altus
  6. Leymus Altus
  7. Smaris Altus
  8. Tectus Altus
  9. Acalles Altus
  10. Anthias Altus
  11. Clypeus Altus
  12. Eutelus Altus
  13. Hyrtios Altus
  14. Puntius Altus
  15. Pycreus Altus
  16. Senecio Altus
  17. Aphanius Altus
  18. Barbodes altus
  19. Chaparea Altus
  20. Derallus altus

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Google previewObserving Systems for Atmospheric Composition (2007)

Satellite, Aircraft, Sensor Web and Ground-Based Observational Methods and Strategies by Guido Visconti, Pietro Di Carlo, W. Brune, M. Schoeberl, Andreas Wahner

The Altus is a modestly size UAV with a length of about 7 m and a wingspan of 17 m. The Altus is powered by a gasoline...

Google previewLegendary Fictions of the Irish Celts (1866)

by Patrick Kennedy

The Altus is a hymn in praise of the 342 Fictions of the Irish Celts.

Google previewEarly Musical Borrowing (2004)

by Honey Meconi

The altus is a fifth higher than the tenor, the altusis thedux whilethetenor isthe comes, and the verticalalignment ismuch closer toMa maistresse than toAu travail suis. This quotation is similar to Ockeghem'sother quotations examinedso far in ...

Google previewSnake Mountain (2000)

A Novel by Jerry Craven

Altus is a mean dude, and you took him down fast and hard. Two things keep the guys from stringing your ass all over the street. One is the balls you showed in standing up to Altus, something not many of them would do. The other is that Altus ...

Google previewTipbook Vocals (2002)

The Singing Voice by Hugo Pinksterboer

The additional singers were referred to as the counter tenor bassus and the counter tenor altus respectively. l Altus means high, as in 'altitude.') A fourth line, even higher in pitch, was sang by the siiperius or sopra. Voice types This, then, ...

Google previewPsychology and Freudian Theory (2014)

An Introduction by Paul Kline

For example, altus means deep and high, sacer holy and profane. Such ambivalence is, asI have indicated, a problem for scientific investigation butnot one which is insuperable. Although, inpsychoanalytic theory, opposites, like other ...

Google previewEtymologicon universale; or, Universal etymological dictionary: on a new plan (1822)

by Walter Whiter

The English Horse or Hoist, To Elevate, has been derived by some from the French Hausser, and from the Saxon Heahsian, Elevare, and Heah, Altus. It surely belongs to the French term; and if that be the fact, we shall be of opinion, that ...

Google previewHelm Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names (2010)

by James A. Jobling

altus high, shrill. altaica / altaicus Altai Mts, central Asia. alter / altera L. alter, altera second, next, another. Alterapus (syn. Rhaphidura) L. alter another; genus Apus Scopoli, 1777, swift. alternans L.

Google previewThe Harvard Dictionary of Music (2003)

by Don Michael Randel

* contratenor altus]. ( 1 ) The lowest female voice, as distinct from the soprano and ...

Google previewLexicon Linguae Arabicae in Coranum, Haririum, Et Vitam Timuri [of Ibn 'Arabshāh]. (1784)

by Johannes Willmet

q„-•-•• Altus, excelus. T II. 88o: 3. etلاريا teri. item Similis: alteri, eodem nomine appellari dignus. C. 19: وسهلاوي .Coll و شماة .66 GB-o-" etc., Coelum. fic Deus الأرض في إشا والاسهاء dedit •'-*-* terram pro pauimento , coelum pro teéto.

Google previewWebster's New World Dictionary (2003)

by Michael Agnes

|< L altus, high| 1 a platform where sacrifices are made to a god, etc.

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