DAKOTA


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DAKOTADesign Analysis Kit for Optimization and Terascale Applications (Department of Energy Sandia National Laboratories)
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Michels and Precision will each construct pipeline segments in North Dakota, South Dakota and Iowa.
While North Dakota as a whole is experiencing economic growth at incredible rates due to the oil boom, rural North Dakota is experiencing a similar boom in fiber.
Trade between South Dakota and Canada averaged $911 million annually during the past 3 years, and more than 24,600 South Dakota jobs are supported by Canada-US trade.
Dakota is the perfect complement to our industry-leading family of brands.
Oh, (South Dakota State) stuck around a whole lot longer than expected,'' he said.
The North Dakota Roundtable on Higher Education participants had to figure out how to stem the state's population loss, improve its per capita income and quality of life, and compete in the new information-based economy.
South Dakota and North Dakota have been mapped in a fight with Missouri over the river's level since the 1950s when the Army Corps of Engineers first began putting dams and locks on the river to control its flow.
Through prayer, Dakota discovers that anger is corrosive and hurts no one more than oneself.
In one instance, a Utah resident obtained a certified copy of a South Dakota birth certificate using information from an obituary and used it to create a false identity in Utah.
North Dakota: In that case, North Dakota State University (NDSU) offered an early retirement program to certain tenured faculty and high-level administrators.
So, not surprisingly, the '05 Dakota is the only vehicle in its class that offers a V8 engine.
The North Dakota State Conference will be hosted by the Bismarck Mandan MTA on October 31-November 2, 2003.