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  • * U.S. Attorney and State Senator*, was born June 1, 1914, on a small farm in Stampede Valley, McLennan County, Texas.

    Charles Ferguson Herring

  • Orissa Business and Career: Puri Rath Yatra: 6 People die in Stampede

    Puri Rath Yatra: 6 People die in Stampede

  • But even those most familiar with Gen. Petraeus will learn something new here: I did not know, for example, that "The Stampede" was a gift from Gen. John Galvin, one of Gen. Petraeus's mentors.

    Measuring the Man in Charge

  • While one son flailed—Cecil attempted yet another Indian play called The Stampede, which earned a single production from the Chicago Stock Company—and another was thriving, Beatrice was gaining some momentum in her field.

    Empire of Dreams

  • The $20,000 prize money for the first Stampede was the highest amount awarded in rodeo competition, at that time, and the Stampede was a huge success.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Vash the Stampede is a gunman on the run with a 60 billion double dollar bounty on his head which has made it difficult for him to go anywhere without being chased and shot at.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Just saw an article about a Dallas brewer with a Vitamin-B enriched beer called Stampede, which is being marketed via reality show.

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  • The Stampede is a discursive platform, at which the burning issues of cultural production in the country are discussed by the artisitic community, or what you might call the cultural holoi poloi, every quarter.

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  • Guy said he has been in contact with the Department of Defense and Traxxis, the maker of the truck, known as the Stampede, to help provide more of the toys to soldiers.

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  • Called Stampede, it's expected to come online in 2013.

    CNN.com

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  • Stampede: when many large animals or many people suddenly all move quickly and in an uncontrolled way, usually in the same direction at the same time, especially because of fear

    September 16, 2009