Brazos


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Bra•zos

(ˈbrɑ zoʊs; locally ˈbræz əs, ˈbreɪ zəs)

n.
a river flowing SE from N Texas to the Gulf of Mexico. 870 mi. (1400 km) long.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Brazos - a river that rises in Mexico and flows across Texas into the Gulf of Mexico
Land of Enchantment, New Mexico, NM - a state in southwestern United States on the Mexican border
Lone-Star State, Texas, TX - the second largest state; located in southwestern United States on the Gulf of Mexico
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The Brazos River Authority ( BRA ) operates the Clute/Richwood Wastewater Treatment Plant and have recently cleaned out the East side of the digester units #2 & #3.
Seeking to bridge the digital divide between rural and metropolitan areas, the Brazos Valley Council of Governments (BVCOG) has deployed a new private network with Ciena (NYSE: CIEN) and CenturyLink that is now live and providing services, the companies said.
Communities living close to the Brazos River prepare for the worst as rain continues to fall from Hurricane Harvey.
US-based petroleum products firm, Brazos Midstream Holdings, has said that its subsidiary, Brazos Delaware LLC, has completed an expansion of its senior credit facility.
Concebida con base a pequenos capitulos que saben a fabula, a pequenos cuentos interconectados o vinetas que cobran independiencia subita, En los brazos de Tanatos, ?
served as the financial advisor to Ennis-Flint, a portfolio company of Brazos Private Equity Partners, LLC.
Berthoud, Colorado-based energy-related construction services provider Blackeagle Energy Services has acquired certain Permian Basin assets from Weatherford, Texas-based oilfield construction services provider Brazos Rock, Inc.
La perdida de elasticidad de la piel y el aumento de la flacidez en los brazos es una pesadilla para muchas.
That leaves us with just six horses to choose from out of a field of 26 Bossy Guest, Mutawathea, Withernsea, Brazos, Ice Lord and Lincoln.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday handed a victory to farmers, ranchers and other longstanding water rights holders by declining to take up a Brazos River case with widespread implications for future water battles in drought-prone Texas.
The Brazos County Appraisal District (Brazos County) voided the tax-exempt status of TSHA and assessed millions in back property taxes for 2005-2008, arguing that the use of the Cambridge by summer campers defeated the property's tax-exempt status.
Unruly Waters: A Social and Environmental History of the Brazos River

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