cayuse


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a small native range horse

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Much of the excitement comes from the fact that its "In the Rocks" Vineyard was planted under the guidance of Christophe Baron, the famed Champagne-raised vintner whose Cayuse label has been putting people on long wait lists for years.
The Afghan Air Force (AAF) is to receive 20 armed MD Helicopters Inc (MDHI) MD 530F Cayuse Warrior helicopters to provide additional fire-support to the country's security forces
The Hughes OH-6 Cayuse (nicknamed "Loach," after the LOH acronym) was introduced as a single-engine light helicopter with a four-bladed main rotor used for observation, personnel transport, escort and attack missions.
Karson (Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, Pendleton, Oregon) presents a collection of nine essays about the history, culture, way of life, and future of the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla tribal people and their government--the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR).
I bought Sunfire Rebel last November from the Cayuse Ranch in Wyoming when he was seven months old, from a foal picture posted on the Cayuse website.
44) Written from the Dalles, as close as Blanchet could get to Walla Walla because of the Cayuse War, the letter goes on to compare the seemingly overwhelming failures of his missions with those of the much better funded and staffed Jesuits who work in the far eastern portion of the land under his charge.
Washington state roads closed because of flood damage include Highway 123 over Cayuse Pass on the east side of Mount Rainier National Park (call the park at (360) 569-2211 for information) and the Hoh road on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula, which leads to the Hoh Visitor Center and rain-forest trails in Olympic National Park (call (360) 452-0330 for information).
Charlotte Shupert Joins the Cayuse Team as Domain Analyst for Compliance
An evolution of the fabled OH-6 Cayuse light observation helicopter, the MD 530F is world renowned as a fast, reliable high-altitude, hot-day performer.
Eaton is hired as a translator for Territorial Governor Isaac Stevens, who uses the threat of American military to bring the Yakima, Cayuse, Walla Wall Umatilla and other Pacific Northwest tribes to council.
Everyone turned out to meet and escort them in, every available old cayuse was in requisition, and even a dog belonging to one of the absent ones was dressed in full regimentals and rode out on the gun carriage to meet his master.
In 1983, Jack Real, then President of Hughes Helicopters, put the objectives in a nutshell: "The LHX will replace four famed workhorses - the UH-1 Iroquois, the AH-1 Cobra, the OH-58 Kiowa and the OH-6A Cayuse - and will team with the AH-64 Apaches and UH-60 Black Hawks to pave the way on the battlefields of the 21st century".
Responding to strong market demand for the RAMSeS suite from other research universities and healthcare organizations, UNC has licensed Cayuse, Inc.
It was on this campaign that he met the Cayuse scout, Donald McKay.