The North, understandably, was looking forward to its own turn, after the exit of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, a Southwesterner
, who was in the saddle for two full terms of four years.
Vice President George Bush regards him as a "friendly, strong" Southwesterner
with a serious commitment to physical fitness.
Through March 17 you'll see "Clay Lockett: Southwesterner
," with 100 of the many Indian crafts collected over a lifetime (1906 to 1984) by Lockett, for years owner of the museum's gift shop.
But the biggest influx came during World War II, when defense work lured between 600-700,000 more Southwesterners
Toppings and accruements have evolved from yellow mustard and pickle relish to chipotle-laced aioli and cotija Mexican cheese for Southwesterners
to chili and cheese, and, of course bacon and comeback sauce in the Deep South.
Plus, the vacation-rental market has held--powder-deprived Southern Californians and Texans and heat-weary Southwesterners
turn up every winter and summer like clockwork--which gives second-home buyers the opportunity to offset a chunk of their costs.
In "Do Re Mi" (1937), Guthrie begins where the punch in the elbow ends, with hopeful but hopelessly naive southerners and southwesterners
Aimed at children ages 5-9, "The Pied Piper of Austin" will reach a new generation of Southwesterners
with its special brand of piquant charm.
Then came a controversial episode, when he signed an agreement for Lille before eventually deciding to go to southwesterners
consume about 200 gallons per person per day.
March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Economic forecasts are dismal, yet many Southwesterners
in Arizona, Nevada, Texas and New Mexico are optimistic that conditions in the U.
In 1968 Simmons published Two Southwesterners
, describing the friendship between fellow historian Lummis (1859-1928) and prominent New Mexico political figure Amado Chaves.