American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
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“The famine and disease, writes Charlotte M. Gradie, the author of The Tepehuan Revolt of 1616: Militarism, Evangelism, and Colonialism in Seventeenth-Century Nueva Vizcaya, caused the Tepehuanes culture to undergo "enormous stress from various factors associated with Spanish conquest and colonization.”
“The historian, Dr. Charlotte M. Gradie, has discussed this revolt in great detail in her recently-published work, The Tepehuan Revolt of 1616: Militarism, Evangelism, and Colonialism in Seventeenth-Century Nueva Vizcaya (The University of Utah Press, 2000).”
“It's a possibility that would have to be considered with the library personnel," Gradie said.”
“I don't want to leave now and seem like a quitter," Gradie said.”
“Gradie doesn't see budget money redirected to the Norton Public Library.”
“Overall, Gradie said, "I think the town hall runs very well, considering the resources they have.”
“Gradie said he would continue advocating for public safety, as well as public education.”
“Putting the seniors into the library, as Gillis suggests, is "not a bad idea," Gradie said.”
“Gradie said he "pretty much" agrees with Purcell's budget priorities.”
“Gradie said he would like to see the Norton Senior Center reopened, but doesn't see how to fund that.”
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