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a member of the Shoshonean people who formerly lived between Wyoming and the Mexican border but are now chiefly in Oklahoma

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the Shoshonean language spoken by the Comanche

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Comanche fetched up hard against an outputting point of rock.
Near the edge of the final wall, Comanche lodged on a buttock of stone.
But she saw Comanche begin to struggle again, and clear on her vision, it seemed, was the spectral arm of her father clutching the reins and dragging the animal over.
There was naught to show of his existence, save the marks of Comanche's hoofs on the road and of his body where it had slid over the brink.
To those who are unfamiliar, Kiowas and Comanches are thought of as being much the same culturally.
In between, the Comanches pulled within four points but the Wildcats finished strong to make the final result a 69-52 blowout at Cuss Wilson Gymnasium.
Prices of Twin Comanches have softened over the years, but they haven't plummeted, either.
En route, the posse befriends Rosalie Quaid (Pike), whose husband and children have been slaughtered by Comanches, and accepts a new commission to escort murderer Sergeant Charles Wills (Ben Foster) to the gallows.
Comanches are on the prowl, and across the Pecos, Mescalero Apaches range all the way to the mysterious Guadalupe Mountains.
This outfit began as an independent cavalry force before being taken into Confederate service, earning the name "the Gray Comanches" due to their ferocious spirit and horsemanship.
Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History.
Chronologically, Philipp Meyer's The Son starts in 1849 with Eli McCullough--one of the three perspectives presented in the book--being captured by Comanches. But the book doesn't move linearly.
''A lot of people didn't realize our Comanches were code talkers.
The Comanches' empire took root soon after their arrival in the Southwest in the early 1700s.