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Words related to Spokane

a city in eastern Washington near the Idaho border

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Unlike his former denomination, the Spokane Unitarians were more than eager to be led by a heretic.
eCullet said it will cover hauling costs to its Seattle plant and will give Spokane $5 a ton for glass that's not sorted by color.
Strausborger's home run was one of three first-inning scores by the Indians and started a run that saw Spokane score all its runs in five of the first six innings.
Fashion speciality retailer Nordstrom Inc (NYSE: JWN) plans to relocate its Spokane-area Nordstrom Rack from Northtown Mall in Spokane, Washington to Spokane Valley Plaza in Spokane Valley, Washington.
Members who register for the offer will earn 1,302 miles each way between Sacramento and Spokane and 1,493 miles each way between San Jose and Spokane.
Over the last 18 months, the market in Spokane has appreciated 15 to 20 percent," commented Richard Wilson, owner of Manchester Management.
But that's certainly not the scenario in Spokane, Wash.
Thank you for Dan Savage's tirade against deposed Spokane mayor Jim West ["No Excuses for West," January 31].
Homosexual activists in Spokane, Washington, "are planning to create a neighborhood of gay-oriented homes, businesses and nightlife--a development religious conservatives contend would clash with Spokane's family-centered culture," reported AP on January 22.
Whitworth College Spokane, Washington * January 14-16, 2005
The reservoir behind the dam covers land on the Colville Reservation along the Columbia River and land on the adjacent Spokane Reservation along both the Columbia and Spokane rivers.
Spokane Steel Foundry, (Spokane Industries), Spokane, Washington, is a steel jobbing shop with 140 employees and 120,000 sq ft of manufacturing space.
Owner: Rockwood Retirement Communities, Spokane, Wash.
The body of 54-year-old Ted Eugene Kirby was first discovered Wednesday afternoon by a news reporter and a photographer, a few blocks away from the Spokane, Wash.
With the assistance and cooperation of the Spokane Police Department and the Spokane Municipal Court, the authors used a system to track the citations from the individual officer to the municipal court in order to identify the citation revenue received by the court and retained by the city.