Caddo


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  • noun

Synonyms for Caddo

a group of Plains Indians formerly living in what is now North and South Dakota and Nebraska and Kansas and Arkansas and Louisiana and Oklahoma and Texas

a family of North American Indian languages spoken widely in the Midwest by the Caddo

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RMH Cable TV President and CEO Robert Haddaway is listed as a victim on the official investigation report, just like the 1,200 plus Comcast customers whose identities were stolen and repeatedly used to set-up more than 3,600 fraudulent accounts in Caddo Parish," emphasizes company spokesman Bryan Glazer.
These are the words of a former district attorney who routinely and proudly sought the death penalty in Caddo Parish.
For more on the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma program, visit www.
Hazuka is associate publisher with Caddo Gap Press and co-editor of Multicultural Education.
Jones, Caddo Gap Press, 3145 Geary Boulevard, PMB 275, San Francisco, California 94118, U.
Klimas (1987) was the first to report a lack of young baldcypress trees at Caddo Lake, suggesting that constant flooding nearly eliminated or greatly reduced germination and early seedling survival.
In Caddo Parish, 13 orphaned wells were cleared in the past 12 months.
Crews returned to the craggy Ouachita Mountains on horseback and all-terrain vehicles at daybreak Saturday, hoping to find campers who survived after walls of water chased them from their campgrounds along the Caddo and Little Missouri rivers.
The Caddo Kiowa Technology Center is helping build the education foundation for students in the early childhood development and services program that will in turn help them meet the challenge for building the strong foundation for their own young students.
1 million in the 2009-2010 budget to fund the regional programs, which will be piloted in Caddo and Orleans parishes.
The small, widely separated communities of Spanish traders, soldiers, and missionaries perched lightly on a land dominated by the Caddo, Comanche, Apache, and Wichita.
For instance, several times each year the Caddo people gather to dance.
But lack of range can also be an advantage, says Joe Brown, director of information technology at Caddo (La.
The prospect is in Caddo County, Oklahoma and is a one well re-completion program to a proposed total depth of approximate 11,350 feet.