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  • noun a river that rises in eastern Kansas and flows eastward into Oklahoma to become a tributary of the Arkansas River

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Examples

  • NEOSHO - Ruth A. Goecks, 91, of Neosho, died peacefully Friday, Feb. 20, 2009, at the Golden Living Center in Watertown.

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  • NEOSHO - Ruth A. Goecks, 91, of Neosho, died peacefully Friday, Feb. 20, 2009, at the Golden Living Center in Watertown.

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  • NEOSHO - Ruth A. Goecks, 91, of Neosho, died peacefully Friday, Feb. 20, 2009, at the Golden Living Center in Watertown.

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  • NEOSHO - Ruth A. Goecks, 91, of Neosho, died peacefully Friday, Feb. 20, 2009, at the Golden Living Center in Watertown.

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  • NEOSHO - Ruth A. Goecks, 91, of Neosho, died peacefully Friday, Feb. 20, 2009, at the Golden Living Center in Watertown.

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  • She now lives in Neosho, Missouri with her husband and three children.

    GRANDFATHER’S SMOKE • by Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy

  • Currently if an officer from Carthage needs information or a mug shot of someone is wanted in Neosho, and the information about that person is not in the state MULES or federal NCIC computer systems, that officer has to return to his or her office, call the Neosho police department and ask for the information or picture to be faxed or emailed.

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  • George decided to go to a different town called Neosho, where they had a school for blacks.

    The Free Information Society

  • "Neosho," these vessels were found to be of lighter draught than had been agreed upon, and the Department ordered all four to have an extra plating of three-quarters inch armor, which was done.

    Great Fortunes and How They Were Made

  • From them we learned that the buffalo had been upon the Little Osage at an earlier period in that same year, but that harassed and decimated by their own hunters, they had roamed much farther west, and were now supposed to be on the other side of the "Neosho," or Grand River -- a northern tributary of the Arkansas.

    The Hunters' Feast Conversations Around the Camp Fire

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