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a siege and massacre at a mission in San Antonio in 1836

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State Board of Education votes to keep "heroic" in description of Alamo defenders
Target: Watercrest at Alamo Ranch and Isle at Watercrest - Alamo Ranch
In conjunction, Alamo's total 2018 annual estimated revenue takes into consideration the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid's proposed 2018 Physician Fee Schedule.
In 2012, Anna Marie Salazar, a former employee of Alamo, was banned by the NCUA after she was convicted of embezzlement.
(Note: Newswriting convention dictates that we refer to subjects by last name on second and subsequent reference, but c'mon: The guy's name is Johnny Alamo and writers only live once.)
We have relatively little factual information when it comes to the Alamo, even such basics as the actual numbers of men fighting or killed.
The followers, of course, believed that to go against Alamo was to go against "a prophet of God," an agent said in the filing, so they did what he said.
Charter Realty & Development represents Alamo Drafthouse Cinema throughout the Eastern half of the U.S.
In addition, last month, another franchisee, Sao Paulo-based Unidas, opened Alamo and National locations at five airports in Brazil, the company said.
'This partnership brings the dependability, affordability and convenience of the Alamo and National brands to customers in Uruguay,' said Peter A.
The song "Naci en Alamo" ("I Was Born in Alamo") is a soulful and stirring lament of Gypsies living in Europe today.
Alamo, CA, October 13, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Timothy Powers, an Alamo real estate agent, recently announced plans for a new website that offers help to homeowners in danger of foreclosure.
A US jury has convicted evangelist Tony Alamo on charges he took underage girls across state lines for sex.
Mr Sadler said courts would decide the children's status in the event of any "long-term separation" from the property of the Tony Alamo Christian Ministries.
For history buffs, the city is home to one of the most famous spots in Texas--the Alamo, where a band of defenders made a stand against Mexican General Santa Anna's advancing army in 1836.