- n. A member of the Comanche people.
- n. a town in western Kentucky on the Ohio River
“And what happens when you feel that raising 500 sheep in your backyard in downtown Paducah is what your freedom demands?”
“By 1995, it moved into a giant facility in Paducah, then nearly doubled its size a year later.”
“The other event that had burrowed deep was the school shooting in Paducah, especially the question it begged: how could such a thing happen here?”
“Margaret Bledsoe, science teacher at Heath High in Paducah, Ky., is a realist about the future.”
“The Commercial Bank of Kentucky in Paducah, Kentucky, $5, $5, $10 and $20;”
“Maybe we could meet halfway in Paducah or something.”
“In the 50's there were many excellent scientists in Paducah, Kentucky, who had settled there to become teachers after working in what we called the "Atomic Plant".”
“CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - The CNN Express stops in Paducah, Kentucky « - Blogs from CNN. com”
“We’re located in Paducah, KY – which is literally right across the river from Illinois.”
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