Tippecanoe


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Tip·pe·ca·noe

 (tĭp′ē-kə-no͞o′)
A river, about 360 km (225 mi) long, rising in northeast Indiana and flowing generally southwest to the Wabash River. Gen. William Henry Harrison defeated the Shawnee in the Battle of Tippecanoe (1811).

Tip•pe•ca•noe

(ˌtɪp i kəˈnu)

n.
a river in N Indiana, flowing SW to the Wabash. 200 mi. (320 km) long.
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His enthusiasm and experience in sales, mortgages, and customer service will be instrumental in helping us deliver strategic lending solutions to residents of Lafayette, Tippecanoe, and Carroll counties.
A judge has ruled against Rogers Group in its case against Tippecanoe County, Ind.
Indiana's other top gainers were Hamilton (5,795), Hendricks (2,412), Allen (2,322) and Tippecanoe (2,149) counties.
They include the Jamestown Massacre, the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the Battle of Tippecanoe, the Battle of the Alamo, the Battle of Gettysburg, the Atlanta Campaign, the Battle of Wounded Knee, the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Battle of Midway, the invasion of Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge, the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, the Tet Offensive, Operation Desert Storm, and Operation Enduring Freedom.
We cover 256 square miles in Indiana, including the towns of Mulberry and Dayton, as well as rural areas in western Clinton County and eastern Tippecanoe County.
Ksander also works as an investigative consultant for the Purdue University Police Department and Tippecanoe County Coroner's Office, and has been an invited guest lecturer for several organizations including Ball State University, Krannert School of Management and the Indiana Correction Association.
January 7 2010 - Evonik Industries AG, has completed the acquisition of Tippecanoe Laboratories and started its first official day of production, it has been announced.
Lilly to Sell Tippecanoe Manufacturing Site to Evonik Industries
He was also a member of the Tippecanoe Environmental Lake and Watershed Foundation, an organization dedicated to preserving the pristine beauty of the region and to keeping the lake free from pollution.
Spotted Darter and Tippecanoe Darter were recorded for the first time from the East Fork White River and Wabash River, respectively.
Even I was surprised by these numbers," said Bryan Pijanowski, the associate professor of forestry and natural resources who led the study in Purdue's home county of Tippecanoe.
Researchers from Purdue University surveyed the total area devoted to parking in the University's home county of Tippecanoe.