Colorado group

Col`o`ra´do group

1.(Geol.) A subdivision of the cretaceous formation of western North America, especially developed in Colorado and the upper Missouri region.
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Another Colorado group, the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, will provide advanced mine rescue skills training for all of the state's underground mines and mine emergency prevention with its award of $217,877.
In their earlier work, the Colorado group observed a significant drawback of their ultracold potassium rubidium molecules: They were chemically reactive, and essentially came apart when they collided with other molecules.
OneRepublic Love Runs Out THE Colorado group go for big chorus, 80s-style soul-rock reminiscent of Simply Red, complete with claps.
The energy of the Colorado group was infectious, especially when some band members decided to play among the crowd.
Ian Bownes is a founding director of Colorado Group, whose specialisms include managing whisky industry construction projects.
You know the light is showing at the end of the tunnel when you start receiving industry career honors--last month I was honored to be the 2011 recipient of the Colorado Group Insurance Association Career Excellence Award.
Moreover, if implemented, the planned consolidation might be a blueprint or business model for mergers of other leagues in the Mountain States, though there have been no discussions with those boards, said Michael Williams, chairman of the Colorado group and president/CEO of Colorado CU of Littleton.
Some opponents of the project, led by a Colorado group called Rags Over the Arkansas River, have scathingly dismissed Christo's vision - in general and in detail - as pompous pseudo-art.
In addition, two excellent gas shows were also seen in the Colorado Group and may be considered for future testing following the evaluation of both Viking sands.
The Colorado group had spent the previous day touring wine country in Napa Valley on a sun-drenched October day, part of their reward for their businesses being named a Top Company winner by ColoradoBiz.
Surfing on snow now appeals to everyone from baby boomers to mini-van moms, so it's only natural that a Colorado group would find a way to use the sport to teach life lessons to underprivileged teenagers.
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