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2014-01-14 23:25:51

Media Supply and Rimage are excited to offer a special price of $9,940 on the purchase of two Riamge Everest 600 AutoPrinters.

2014-01-05 23:00:43

The Story of the Legendary Apa Sherpa Olean, NY (PRWEB) January 05, 2014 Nepal, Mount Everest – Under the guidance of living legend Apa Sherpa, 360Heros™

2013-11-21 23:02:00

Don't miss the return of Everest, Top Speed, Journey Into Amazing Caves and Coral Reef Adventure. Tampa, FL (PRWEB) November 21, 2013 MOSI's

Everest New Rules
2013-08-05 11:31:03

Nepalese officials have announced that government agents will be stationed at the Mount Everest base camp and be charged with the responsibility of monitoring expedition teams, coordinating any rescue efforts, and safeguarding the local environment.

Virtual Everest From PC Or Smartphone
2013-05-29 10:32:37

Exactly 60 years after Sir Edmund Hillary reached the summit of Mount Everest, Microsoft has unveiled “Everest: Rivers of Ice,” a website designed to virtually bring Earth’s highest peak to laptops and touch screens around the world.

80-Year Old Japanese Man Scales Everest
2013-05-23 13:36:34

This week, Japanese octogenarian Yuichiro Miura became the oldest man to scale Mt. Everest, using the same route Sir Edmund Hillary traversed almost 60 years ago to the day.


Latest Everest Reference Libraries

Sir Edmund Percival Hillary
2014-01-06 11:03:49

Sir Edmund Percival Hillary was a New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist. Hillary was born to Percival Augustus Hillary and Gertrude Hillary in Auckland, Dominion of New Zealand on July 20th of 1919. In 1920 his family moved to Tuakau, after his father was given land there. His grandparents were early settlers in the northern part of Wairoa in the middle of the 19th century after emigrating from Yorkshire, England. On May 29th of 1953, Hillary and Nepalese Sherpa mountaineer...

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Word of the Day
begunk
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.