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CNOChief of Naval Operations
CNOChief Nursing Officer
CNOCollege of Nurses of Ontario
CNOComputer Network Operations
CNOComputer News Online
CNOCoconut Oil
CNOCyanate (form of cyanide)
CNOCom/Net/Org (GTLDs)
CNOComité de Normalisation Obligataire (French: Bondholder Committee for Standardization)
CNOCherokee Nation of Oklahoma
CNOConstructora Norberto Odebrecht (Brazilian real estate company)
CNOCollège National d'Occlusodontologie (French: National College of Occlusodontology)
CNOCercle des Nageurs de l'Ouest (French swim club)
CNOChief Nuclear Officer (nuclear facility operation)
CNOCancéropôle Nord-Ouest (French cancer prevention project)
CNOCollaborative Networked Organization (virtual enterprise)
CNOChambre Nationale des Ostéopathes (French: National Chamber of Osteopaths)
CNOClub Nautique de l'Ouest (French: Nautical Club of the West)
CNOComputer Network Operation(s)
CNOCouples Night Out
CNOCertificate of No Overlap (Philippines)
CNOCentre Néphrologique d'Occitanie (French nephrology center)
CNOChristian in Name Only
CNOCommunity Nutrition Organizer (Bangladesh)
CNOCashew Nut Oil
CNOClean, Neat, Organized
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government mischief and corruption involving the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. (See "Tale of Tears," March 1999.) In reviewing The Wild Frontier, a new history about the brutal violence between Native Americans and white settlers, Sturgis finds that disturbingly little has changed.
Rather than dichotomizing between full-bloods and mixed-bloods, Sturm succinctly notes that "Cherokee society can be visualized as a diverse body of multiply constituted individuals who coalesce in socially significant ways around one or more subjectivities, or different aspects of identity." Circe Sturm, Blood Politics: Race, Culture, and Identity in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002), 25.
WHEN THE BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS OCCUPIED THE CHEROKEE NATION OF OKLAHOMA, IT WAS AN OLD STORY WITH A MODERN TWIST.
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