Broken Arrow


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Bro′ken Ar′row


n.
a town in NE Oklahoma. 54,000.
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BROKEN ARROW The UAS Tech Forum is scheduled for Sept.
Opus Properties Corp, an Oklahoma corporation, with offices in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, has already merged its first Mexican brand restaurant, the Full Moon Cafe in Broken Arrow, into the company.
CDI, one of the world's leaders in pipeline pig detection, recording and locating technology, broke ground recently for its expansion project in Broken Arrow, OK.
Broken Arrow is the sequel to Lost Cause (Orca, 2012), Wilson's first novel in The Seven Sequels series.
According to the Broken Arrow Ledger, JoJo's parents have looked to various agencies for financial assistance in furnishing the equipment he needs, but have never found success.
Tornadoes reportedly touched down in areas throughout the mid-west Thursday, three causing destruction in Broken Arrow Okla.
In addition to his extensive mortgage banking experience and management skills in developing successful sales teams, Taylor has a deep knowledge of the region being an owner of a construction services firm in the Broken Arrow area for more than 20 years.
In the mid-1950s, however, although still trading at times on the Noble Savage trope (as did the 1950 movie on which it was based), ABC-TV's Broken Arrow (1956-1958) tried to break this mold, presenting Native American characters--the Chiracahua Apaches--in a realistic and reasonable manner.
Himan, who lives in Broken Arrow with his partner of four years, says he thinks his living arrangement would have been impossible 40 years ago.
Maybe we're the last to realize this, but First Community Bank opened a full-service branch last month in the Tulsa suburb of Broken Arrow, Okla.