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“When the tornado ripped through the town - now known as Otoe - it turned homes and businesses and Uncle Will's church into giant piles of kindling.”
“Aldi cites in particular his Maritime History Citations for the OED, but there are all sorts of other things, including From reading-slips to dictionary entry Hartley's raw slips for the new entry Otoe, plus a sample entry he created to show how the material could be boiled down, his Proposal for an historical dictionary of Mediterranean nautical terms, Loanwords in Modern Nautical Greek, and much, much more.”
“First, during much of the later 1700s and 1800s, the Otoe were situated at the mouth of the Platte, in a position to present their own name for the stream to visitors.”
“The Otoe brave leaped to his feet, every limb growing cold with fear.”
“So the Otoe gave a shout that rang up the hills and made the grazing ponies snort and tug at their lariats!”
“Some moments afterwards an Otoe brave suddenly awoke from his heavy slumber.”
“What hope is there for her to maintain the tidy and systematic method which she has learned, when surrounded by the sights and sounds and blood-thirsty ways of an Otoe or a Ponca camp?”
“To the six chiefs who were present, we gave a medal of the second grade to one Otoe chief and one”
“The Otoe and Missouri tribes of Indians are now located in southern Gage County, Nebraska, on a reservation of 43,000 acres, unsurpassed in beauty of location, natural resources, and adaptability for prosperous agriculture.”
“When it is found that the vital spark is wavering in an Otoe subject, the preparation of the burial costume is immediately began.”
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"Nebraska established a county-coding system for its passenger plates in 1922. These one- or two-digit prefixes were assigned based on the number of registered vehicles per county in that year. In ...
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