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Sa·la·do

also Sa·la·do del Nor·te  (sə-lä′dō dĕl nôr′tĕ, sä-)
A river of northern Argentina rising in the Andes and flowing about 2,010 km (1,250 mi) southeast to the Paraná River.

Salado

(Spanish saˈlaðo)
n
1. (Placename) a river in N Argentina, rising in the Andes as the Juramento and flowing southeast to the Paraná River. Length: 2012 km (1250 miles)
2. (Placename) a river in W Argentina, rising near the Chilean border as the Desaguadero and flowing south to the Colorado River. Length: about 1365 km (850 miles)

Sa•la•do

(səˈlɑ doʊ)

n.
Rí•o (ˈri oʊ) a river in N Argentina, flowing SE to the Paraná River. ab. 1200 mi. (1930 km) long.
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Even in Falconer's time (1750) the Indians made inroads as far as Luxan, Areco, and Arrecife, but now they are driven beyond the Salado.
Phoenix is an important logistics center in the Southwest, and we like this property's proximity to the Sky Harbor Airport and downtown Phoenix as well as to the nearby Rio Salado enhancement project.
On Saturday morning, February 2, the Sporting Clays Team Challenge presented by Cadillac will be held at Rio Salado Sportsman's Club in Mesa, Ariz.
April 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Seventy years after the first man climbed the world's highest volcano, Ojos del Salado in Chile, two Jeep(R) Wrangler Unlimited vehicles set a new world record by climbing 6,646 meters (21,804 feet) to the volcano's rim.
Through partnership with Rio Salado College (one of the Maricopa Community Colleges, fully-accredited and serving over 60,000 students annually), authorized educational access has been extended in remarkable new ways, explains Hazel Davis, Library Director at Rio Salado College.
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4 million for the district, which oversees l0 colleges across Maricopa County, including Mesa Community College, Phoenix College and Tempe-based Rio Salado Community College.
The 595-acre Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area stretches along five miles of river through the heart of the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Mayor of the town, Francisco Salado, emphasized the importance of this agreement that will foster visits to the town s main attractions and boost the tourism field, along with the local economy.
EDUCAUSE, the association for information technology in higher education, announced the appointment of Linda Thor, president of Rio Salado College, to a four-year term on the EDUCAUSE Board of Directors.
Mayor Neil Giuliano, Tempe City Council Members and representatives from CH2M HILL were all present at the April 15th Tempe City Council meeting for a special ceremony celebrating the city's award-winning Rio Salado Project.
About 115 million gallons a day of high-quality recycled water are used for the Riverwalk, golf courses, parks, and commercial and industrial customers as well as in the upper San Antonio River and Salado Creek.