Coosa


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Noun1.Coosa - river that rises in northwestern Georgia and flows southwest through eastern Alabama to join the Tallapoosa River near Montgomery and form the Alabama RiverCoosa - river that rises in northwestern Georgia and flows southwest through eastern Alabama to join the Tallapoosa River near Montgomery and form the Alabama River
Alabama, Camellia State, Heart of Dixie, AL - a state in the southeastern United States on the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
Empire State of the South, Georgia, Peach State, GA - a state in southeastern United States; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
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Completion of this transaction will facilitate Westwater's efforts to progress to production the Company's advanced-stage Coosa graphite-vanadium project, which is situated in central Alabama.
Renew Our Rivers began in the spring of 2000 with one Alabama Power employee's vision to clean a stretch of the Coosa River near the company's generating plant in Gadsden.
There was a similar situation recorded by US horse breeder Byron Lindaman from Minnesota, who had just finished helping his mare, Coosa's Angel, give birth.
Unionized employees voted overwhelmingly to ratify the agreement at facilities in Calhoun, Tennessee, Augusta, Georgia, and Coosa Pines, Alabama.
"On the Coosa Chain of Lakes in Alabama, Lake Jordan in particular, white crappies used to dominate the fishery," he says.
Using 1/2-inch Coosa board, Gary cut in a new deck.
Alabama Graphite is focused on the exploration and development of its flagship Coosa Graphite Project in Coosa County, Alabama and its Bama Mine Project in Chilton County, Alabama.
His most recent educational facility project is the occupied school campus replacement of the 177,482 SF, $32 million Coosa High School in Rome, Georgia.
Miller was the first paramedic instructor at Coosa Valley Technical College before it became GNTC.
IN 2008, GEORGIA'S STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION APPROVED THE MERGER OF Coosa Valley Technical College and Northwestern Technical College, two schools with rich histories dating back to the early 1960s.
Most of the other cooperatives that received the OK to merge had less than $50 million in assets, with three exceptions that included the $76.1 million Keystone Federal Credit Union in West Chester, Pa., into the $1.8 billion Trumark Financial Credit Union in Fort Washington, Pa.; the $79.2 million Northwest Georgia Credit Union in Rome, Ga., into the $204 million Coosa Valley Credit Union in Rome, Ga., and the $53 million Freedom Credit Union in Rocky Mount, N.C.