They must judge wisely and they must judge roundly—they must judge the Alps of junk straight out of existence.
Roughly 30 people die each year in the Alps in climbing related accidents.
The long-term chart of the tech-heavy NASDAQ Composite Index looks like the profile of an Alps stage of the Tour de France.
1590s, "any high, snow-capped mountain," from Alps, from French Alpes, from Latin Alpes "the Alps," perhaps from altus "high," or albus "white" or from a Celtic word (according to Servius), or a pre-Indo-European root. Alps, the European mountain range, attested by that name in English from 1550s.
Mountain system of south-central Europe.
Note: The Alps provide scenic beauty and the location for an abundance of winter sports, making them a popular tourist destination.