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Some of these are more accurate than others: for instance, a "Gopher" is said to be "Ein Nagetier, das auf der Prarie colonienweise in weitlaufigen Erdbauten lebt [a rodent that lives on the prairies in colonies of expansive earthen edifices" (Antonia 17); a cowboy's "chaps" are defined as "Eine zu Hosenbeinen verlangerte Art Gamaschen der Cowboys zum uberziehen [A kind of over-socks, lengthened to resemble pant legs, worn by cowboys as an outer layer]" (18); and windmills are described as "Windmotoren [wind engines]" that "furdas Bild deramerikanischen Farmhofe characteristisch [are characteristic ofthe image of American farmyards]" (19).
Branch offices: 7050 Executive Dr, Eden Prarie, MN 55347; 800/284-6020, contact Leah Mindemann (leah.
The strategic relationship between the two parties will allow Dynasty to accelerate the exploration and resource definition work over the Company's flagship Prarie Downs Iron Ore Project.
Changes in habitat have already led to the extinction of several Canadian species, including the Prairie Grizzly Bear, the Greater Prarie Chicken, and the Great Auk.
7 What do Micra, Prarie and Primera have in common?
Prarie, Victoria Raab, Vanesa Ridore, Laura Rossi, Diana Ruiz, Claire Santoro, Kimberly Anne Sayers, Nicole Schatten, Jessica Schink, Alex Silagi, Stephanie Student, Krzysztof Swiatek, Jeffrey Tamburri, Kristie Thomas, Jennifer Turley, Alex Vera, Samantha Walker, Evan Waltzer, Claire Waski, Kevin Weeks, Jonathan W.
F 68 75 ROOM STORE Grand Prarie, Texas F 70 70 BELK Charlotte, NC D 69 80 J0-ANN STORES Hudson, Ohio SP 71 84 MATHIS BROS.
The ladies who lunch at Forbes, Grande Prarie, Alta.
Nissan first launched an electric vehicle named ''Tama'' in 1947, and introduced the world's first application of lithium-ion batteries in the Prarie Joy EV in 1996, followed by the Hypermini EV released in 2000.
The second part turns to specific topics, beginning with Sealsfield's Die Prarie am Jacinto, effusively praised as a masterpiece neglected in both literatures, a work of originality and virtuosity, leaving moralistic contemporaries such as James Kirke Paulding behind for a leap from Cooper to Hawthorne; the mustang is Sealsfield's Moby-Dick, the prairie his heart of darkness.