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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of southwest South Dakota in the eastern part of the Black Hills. It was founded in 1876 as a supply depot for gold miners.

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  • noun a town in southwestern South Dakota in the eastern part of the Black Hills

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  • "In conversations I've had, people feel the 2010 amendment was designed both to make things difficult for Native plaintiffs and to help the Church," said Robert Brancato, a certified fraud examiner who heads the Rapid City chapter of the national support group, Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests.

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  • If your trip to the moon takes 20 hours, if San Francisco to New Delhi takes 16, don't think you have gone farther than the kid who's walked and stolen rides and bled and hidden in boxcars for 4 days to get from Albuquerque to Rapid City.

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  • Rick Kahler , a certified financial planner in Rapid City, S.D., says he had an elderly couple who disagreed for years about their estate plan for their blended family.

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  • "In conversations I've had, people feel the 2010 amendment was designed both to make things difficult for Native plaintiffs and to help the Church," said Robert Brancato, a certified fraud examiner who heads the Rapid City chapter of the national support group, Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests.

    Stephanie Woodard: Native American Sex-Abuse Lawsuits Head For A Higher Court

  • If your trip to the moon takes 20 hours, if San Francisco to New Delhi takes 16, don't think you have gone farther than the kid who's walked and stolen rides and bled and hidden in boxcars for 4 days to get from Albuquerque to Rapid City.

    Nancy Chuda: To Invent Fire

  • "In conversations I've had, people feel the 2010 amendment was designed both to make things difficult for Native plaintiffs and to help the Church," said Robert Brancato, a certified fraud examiner who heads the Rapid City chapter of the national support group, Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests.

    Stephanie Woodard: Native American Sex-Abuse Lawsuits Head For A Higher Court

  • Linda Lea Viken , a divorce attorney in Rapid City, S.D., and president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, says it's important for each party to understand the other's motivation.

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  • "In conversations I've had, people feel the 2010 amendment was designed both to make things difficult for Native plaintiffs and to help the Church," said Robert Brancato, a certified fraud examiner who heads the Rapid City chapter of the national support group, Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests.

    Stephanie Woodard: Native American Sex-Abuse Lawsuits Head For A Higher Court

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