from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A river of northern Argentina rising in the Andes and flowing about 2,011 km (1,250 mi) southeast to the Paraná River.
- A river, about 1,368 km (850 mi) long, rising in western Argentina and flowing south-southeast to the Colorado River.
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- n. An ancient culture in Arizona which existed from about 1100-1450 CE.
- n. Any of several rivers with this name.
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My favorite way to eat strawberries is at the Stagecoach Inn in Salado, TX.
Wiggins said Salado, which is rising to Class 3A, received more than 100 applicants for the position.
I called the toll-free Rio Salado information number to get additional information.
Of course, as a teacher and teacher educator, the Rio Salado College/New York Times partnership to provide teacher certification is the one that troubles me the most.
But this is the funny part: Rio Salado is only allowed to register students living in 24 states, including New Jersey and Connecticut but not New York.
Three and a half hours north of the city in the iconic vacation spot of Newport, RI, portions couldn't be more generous at Perro Salado.
The Times "Knowledge Network" recently announced a joint enterprise with Rio Salado College, an online community college that is part of the Maricopa Community College system based in the Phoenix, Arizona area and not one of the leading educational institutions in the United States, to provide an alternative path to teacher certification.
Goldwater calls Maricopa a "dropout factory" with only 16.9 percent of the community college district's full-time students graduating after three years, although Rio Salado has the best graduation rate in the system.
Rio Salado, while a public community college, is not part of the Arizona state university system, and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, which accredits many of the major proprietary, or for-profit, edu-businesses in the United States.
Rio Salado also offers initial certificates for entry-level positions working with substance abusers, as flight attendants, and in customer service at banks and insurance agencies.