Choctaw

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Synonyms for Choctaw

a member of the Muskhogean people formerly living in Alabama

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the Muskhogean language of the Choctaw

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Last summer, the Housing Authority of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma was selected by the U.S.
These spaces allow the services to come to the patient; an important approach to providing care for the Choctaw Nation.
Choctaw Nation Chief Mr Batton welcomed Mr Varadkar and said: "We consider it a great honour to have you here."
(AFP) LONDON: Ireland's Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has visited the Choctaw Nation in Oklahoma to thank them for a gift sent 171 years ago.
Second, he later provided legal advice to the Choctaw Nation. Born in January 1883, Hurley grew up very poor; his father worked in the coal fields for $2.10 a day; young Pat joined his father in the mines when he was eleven years old.
The group goes through the Choctaw nation and picks up another Indian brave.
Taylor is currently serving as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner-Certified Nurse Practitioner-Adult Psychiatric/ Mental Health, Outpatient Behavioral Health, Choctaw Nation Health Care Center, Talihina, OK.
Though stronger in detailing the issues in the Choctaw nation, perhaps due to the wildly tangled issues in the Chickasaw nation, this study achieves its admirable goals while rescuing American Indian history from the isolation it has endured in studies of the nineteenth century.
These newly designed Promise Zones join five others that President Obama designated in January 2014--Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Antonio, southeastern Kentucky, and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
Ratliff, known for his moderate views, is a registered lobbyist whose clients include the American Insurance Association, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, T-Mobile USA and exonerated former death row inmate Michael Morton, according to the Texas Ethics Commission filings.
Dynever, trained by Christophe Clement and ridden by Jose Santos, came with a late burst of speed to take second from the Jeff Mullins-trained Choctaw Nation, the mount of Victor Espinoza.
The family business grew and in the early 1970's served Latimer County and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
Sparks Regional Medical Center, Cooper Clinic, t ht Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority arid Community Health Centers of Arkansas.
This is how you can come in' but work in a partnership with people who are culturally safe, culturally sensitive, who believe that doing research is not just to benefit themselves but to benefit the community," said Solomon, a member of the Choctaw Nation. Solomon said positive shifts seen in research on other racial and ethnic populations are not taking place in Native communities.
local time (1130 GMT) on Tuesday near the Choctaw Nation Hospital in Talihina, a town about 225 km from state capital Oklahoma City, the hospital's spokesperson Brandy Griffin told local media.