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Moab Isolation Center a special U.S. internment camp located near Moab, Utah, occupied in 1943 by American citizens of Japanese descent who had been deemed to be "trouble-makers" during their previous internment at ordinary camps created for the holding of Japanese-Americans during World War II. The conditions at the Moab Isolation Center were harsher than at other camps. At its peak, there were about fifty people being held there.
peaked1 having a peak or peaks; pointed.
Pk.2 abbreviation of "Peak."
Rohwer Relocation Center an internment camp located in southeastern Arkansas that was built for the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II between 1942 and 1944. At its peak in late 1942, there were 8,500 people being held there.
rooftree a horizontal beam running the length of a roof at its peak; ridgepole.
rush hour a period of peak traffic, usu. in the morning and late afternoon, when many people are on their way to or from work.
shoulder any part of something that resembles a human shoulder, esp. a flat area near the peak of a hill or mountain. [1/8 definitions]
solid angle an angle formed by three or more planes intersecting in a common point, or formed at the peak of a cone.
spine a stiff, hard back or ridge, such as the hinged back of a book cover or the narrow peak of a mountain. [1/4 definitions]
summit the part with the highest elevation, esp. of a mountain; peak. [1/5 definitions]
tip1 the top; peak; summit. [1/6 definitions]
tor the relatively treeless peak of a rocky hill or mountain.
zenith the highest point; climax; peak. [1/2 definitions]