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ACTE is proud to announce that Kansas City has been selected to host the 2005 Annual Convention and Career Tech Expo.
Box 2914, Kansas City, KS 66103-1311 Phone: 913-342-4060, 800-255-4562 Fax: 913-342-4752
RUTHERFORD TURNBULL III, Professor of Special Education and Co-director of the Beach Center on Disability, University of Kansas, Lawrence.
On December 12, 1924 representatives of ten state municipal leagues attended a meeting in Lawrence, Kansas called by John Stutz, executive director of the League of Kansas Municipalities.
Legend has it that Shri Krishna was born to end the rule and atrocities of his maternal uncle Kansa.
1) The Estonian inflectional comitative -ga has developed from the comitative post-position kaa < kaas (< kansa 'people').
84) See RESTATEMENT (SECOND) CONTRACTS [section] 261 (1981); see also Central Kansa Credit Union v.
During that time, his letters to the village informed them of his illness, and his friend Gidion in fact asked local missionaries about the sik kansa (cancer) and was told it was nearly always fatal.
Jim Sheard is a true labor leader that represents the members of the Teamster Union in different venues, such as his position as the Secretary-Treasurer of Teamsters Joint Council 56 to his position as an executive board member of the Missouri, Kansa, Nebraska Conference of Teamsters.
By early October, the state is expected to have a dedication ceremony for a statue of a Kansa Indian with his bow to the sky, arrow pointed to the North Star.
the Producing Region as Texas, Oklahoma, Kansa, New Mexico, Louisiana,
In addition, effective July 1, 2002, the Company adopted the provisions of FAS 144, "Accounting for the Impairment or Disposal of Long Lived Assets" which requires the results for the Baldwin Kansa Corporation divested on October 10, 2002, to be separately reported in both the current and prior year quarters.