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So he felt a moment; and then he smoked a cigar, and read the Picayune, and forgot his little gospel.
I can learn what does me as much good as that from the Picayune, any time, and smoke a cigar besides; which I can't do, you know, in a church.
And after them will come the big mining sharks that buy whole creeks where you-all have been scratching like a lot of picayune hens, and they-all will go to hydraulicking in summer and steam-thawing in winter--"
This time, the proposal has a paved walkway, a walking trail, an outdoor theatre restroom facilities and an historic section for displaying photos and items from Picayune s past.
The Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians is a federally-recognized Indian Tribe that has lived continuously in California's Central Valley and Sierra Foothills for more than 12,000 years.
com , the Picayune said the move was "necessitated by revolutionary upheaval in the newspaper industry.
Medi-Sting operations are the "first salvo in the new battle against healthcare crime," Picayune said.
Incorporated as a village in 1904, Picayune is now Pearl River County's largest city, with a population estimated at around 15,000.
During the first year of the war with Mexico, Haile also served as the special war correspondent to the Picayune and was the first newspaper reporter to arrive on the Rio Grande (Cress).
26] The New Orleans Picayune felt that "while there may be some exaggerations" there were not enough to "render the story undeserving of confidence.
And then a lot of it involved looking at catalogs of dress, of clothing, of streets and maps of New Orleans - a lot of detail to get the landscape; a lot of looking at old newspapers and references within the Daily Picayune to Marie Laveau; a lot of talking to people; and then doing something on medical case histories of people who claim to be hexed by voodoo.
18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Following months of mismanagement and suspected fraudulent activity that resulted in the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians not being able to make its full bond payment to its lenders on September 30, 2013, Justice Melvin Schweitzer of the Supreme Court of the State of New York released an order today the prohibits Nancy Ayala and her small faction of supporters from receiving any more money from the Tribe's casino until the Trustee approves a plan to make the overdue bond payment.