Dakota group

Da`ko´ta group`


1.(Geol.) A subdivision at the base of the cretaceous formation in Western North America; - so named from the region where the strata were first studied.
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Andrew Ovenstone, Dakota group operations director, said: "A big part of choosing the location was the promise of the office park and a thriving business community.
N Dakota Group plans $4bn plant NEW YORK: Badlands said it will build a $4 billion chemical plant in North Dakota to produce polyethylene, a key plastic used to make packaging, pipes and scores of other products.The plant will use ethane, a type of natural gas, as the primary feedstock, helping to cull flaring in the state.
A Two Lefts Don't Make a Right, Dakota Group, Thirteen's "American Masters" production in association with WNET.ORG for PBS.
Nicole Miller Collection Dakota group from Excelsior Designs offers subtle patterns accented by metallics.
Family coverage for a family of four under the South Dakota Group Health Insurance Program the State, as employer, pays $151.96 per month and an employee will contribute approximately $180.00 per month for $1,000 deductible per member.
Jones at the University of Colorado in Denver focused on a certain section of sedimentary rocks called the Dakota group, which formed the coastal plain for that inland sea approximately 140 million years ago.
In times of population instability, Dakota groups instead adopted enemy captives, integrating them into families as replacements for lost warriors.
Barton said the idea for the bundle came from First Nations Elders of the Cree, Saulteaux, Sioux and Dakota groups who had gathered to speak on new education partnerships.
Other Dakota groups occupied the country south of the Milk River.
The Canadian government seems, at almost every juncture, to have undercut the successes of the different Dakota groups. The first chapter shows that, contrary to Canadian government opinion, Dakota peoples had lived in the area that would eventually be called Canada, and they had received solid promises of aid and friendship from the British government in return for their support during the War of 1812.
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