Grand Prairie


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Grand′ Prai′rie


n.
a city in NE Texas. 109,231.
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The body was found on Mountain Creek Lake, adjacent to Garcia's hometown of Grand Prairie. The remains of 28-year-old Alfonso Hernandez were discovered on Feb.
Work will be performed in Grand Prairie, Texas, with an estimated completion date of Dec.
Grand Bank operates four full-service banking offices in the cities of Dallas, Grand Prairie, Horseshoe Bay and Marble Falls, all in Texas.
Residents of Grand Prairie receive a discounted membership that includes all the amenities, plus discounted tickets to Epic Theater events.
Until then, Phillips, from Grand Prairie, had never cast a ballot -- the result of misapprehension about voting and the belief that she didn't have a voice, her family said.
And if Greenhead leaves you hungry for more duck hunting literature, and for further proof of Brent's expertise, you might want to check out The Grand Prairie: The History of Duck Hunting's Hallowed Ground.
Republic National (RNDC), a distributor and broker of premium wine and spirits based in Grand Prairie, Texas, represents 751 U.S.
As rice began to be cultivated on the Grand Prairie surrounding the city of Stuttgart, you didn't need to look tar for a greenhead.
Fortis Institute VN Education Program in Grand Prairie,
McKim & Creed is providing oversight and professional engineering services on a project to update the Grand Prairie, TX, stormwater master plan.
Auto refinish technicians and distributors who attend classes at Valspar's Automotive Training Center in Grand Prairie, Texas will benefit from a state-of-the-art learning environment thanks to an extensive renovation.
expansion of its Grand Prairie, Texas, manufacturing and distribution center, projecting a spring 2017 completion.