SIOUX


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AcronymDefinition
SIOUXSimple Input/Output User Exchange
SIOUXStandard Input Output User eXchange
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Twenty Sioux had fallen mortally wounded to the ground, and the wheels crushed those who fell upon the rails as if they had been worms.
It was necessary to put an end to the struggle, which had lasted for ten minutes, and which would result in the triumph of the Sioux if the train was not stopped.
The soldiers of the fort, attracted by the shots, hurried up; the Sioux had not expected them, and decamped in a body before the train entirely stopped.
We are excited to continue to grow Sioux strategically through innovative new products, great customer service, and outstanding product reliability," Hyronimus affirms.
In the aftermath of the massacre, Inkpaduta became a figure of lore and legend among the Sioux and the whites.
This traditional oral legend contains the foundations for the Sioux tribes' social and spiritual values and their matriarchal society.
Committee and portfolio holder for alternative/green energy, joined international human rights experts and Indigenous leaders to speak out against the lack of meaningful consultation with Standing Rock Sioux prior to the pipelines development.
The firm, whose corporate offices are in Sioux City, will also hire 8 new employees.
In a press release, Sioux City said the partnership with SSAB will help their customers "in a wide variety of industries, including: agriculture, construction, heavy transport, energy, and mining.
At Sioux Falls Wedding Officiants, the pioneers Joel & Cheryl Grams has been performing weddings since 2003.
The fast-moving Big Sioux has been swollen by days of thunderstorms and is expected to crest Friday more than a foot above the previous record level set in 1969, threatening homes and businesses in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota.