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- proper n. The capital and largest city of the US state of Oklahoma.
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- n. capital and largest city of Oklahoma; the economy is based on oil and livestock
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A Clarkston man who has been indicted by a federal grand jury wrote about robbing a Lewiston bank and ordered bomb-making materials under the name of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh.
If you can't decipher that convulted metaphor, here it is in plain English: Oklahoma City passed its sales tax initiative, clearing the way for the Ford Center to be remodeled and made NBA-ready.
And although that, for some reason, reminds me of Hulk Hogan riding a boat, that will be the moniker Oklahoma City will go by in the coming since there's no way in hell those guys from Seattle will let Oklahoma use '' SuperSonics '' after stealing one of the league's storied franchises away from them.
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FAA Credit Union in Oklahoma City, which is offering a rate of 3.6% on car loans up to 72 months, is throwing in $25 gasoline cards as referral bonuses.
But some of them indeed want to do what happened in Oklahoma City, that is, commit violent acts within the homeland.
But some of them, indeed, want to do what happened in Oklahoma City, that is, commit violent acts within the homeland.
Until, that is, the Oklahoma City bombing occurred.
That fire came this way from the south, and we are approximately 10 miles or so from downtown Oklahoma City, which is off in that direction over there.
And we are approximately 10 miles or so from downtown Oklahoma City, which is off in that direction over there.
FREED: Now, Anderson, I'm about 10 miles northeast of downtown Oklahoma City, which is over there in that direction.
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