cayuse


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a small native range horse

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(MDHI) announced today that the company has been awarded a $50.4 million Firm Fixed Price contract modification for logistics support of the MD 530F Cayuse Warrior helicopter fleet currently in service with the Afghan Air Force (AAF).
The cause of the uprising was a measles epidemic that affected both emigrants and Indians, but resulted in the deaths of many Cayuse children.
Witnessing the ever-increasing stream of eastern immigrants and the diseases they brought, the Cayuse feared the ultimate loss of population and of their own lands.
Our little cayuse did not seem anxious to travel and needed lots of encouragement to get him to move at even a slow walk.
Further, MDHI received an initial delivery order under the IDIQ contract for 30 new MD 530F Cayuse Warrior helicopters for the Afghan Air Force.
A recent business trip took me over Cayuse Creek (C64), a back-country trip in eastern Idaho.
Synopsis Eliza Spalding Warren was just a child when she was taken hostage by the Cayuse Indians during a massacre in 1847.
Wolf; OS 7466, 107 mm SL, Pacific Ocean off Tillamook County, OR, 45[degrees]15.7'N, 124[degrees]0.6'W, 36.6 m depth, RV Cayuse, cruise C-7805-D, station 8, haul SBMT 224, 16 May 1978, E.
Most of the tribal groups he identified in the Pacific Northwest - Yakima, Klickitat, interior and coastal Salishan, Kutenai, Nez Perce, Wallawalla, Umatilla, Cayuse, Chinookan, Chimakum, Quilliute and Willapa - occupy volumes 7 through 9.
Martin's profound attention to an earthly web of relations resonates with the words of Young Chief of the Cayuse tribe on signing over their lands to the US government in 1855: "I wonder if the Ground has anything to say?
Not all the cavalry were good riders, particularly the men from the city squadrons who, to make matters worse, were usually issued the half broken "rent-a-steeds." Every cavalry unit, however, had experienced roughriders on hand who were tasked with breaking unruly horses or rescuing hapless troopers "not familiar with either the disposition or the wonderful possibilities of a western cayuse." When a runaway took place-and it apparently happened quite often-these specialists would rope in an unridden horse or, if the rider was still gamely "in distress, hanging on the back of a rearing, plunging" cayuse, they would come alongside and shout, "a few queer and shout "a few queer phrases of their own to try and instil him in a little self-confidence."
The AH-6i is a single-turbine helicopter that is based on the combat-proven OH-6A Cayuse. It is an advanced variant of the AH-6M helicopter operated by the U.S.
On the dreary plains of Texas, with the loot of a bank in their saddle-bags and a sheriff's posse close at their heels, Coleman turned his cayuse in its tracks, drew his pistols and for a moment stood off the officers of the law.
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.
Three helicopters were in the midst of this recognition: the AH-1 Cobra, the OH-6 Cayuse, and the OH-58 Kiowa.