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Adj.1.west-central - of a region of the United States usually including Colorado; Nevada; Utah
western - of or characteristic of regions of the United States west of the Mississippi River; "a Western ranch"
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Their topics include the setting, Medio period sites in the southern zone, ancient plant use in west-central Chihuahua, the geochemistry and provenance of the archaeological ceramics from west-central Chihuahua, thoughts on the southern zone, and how PaquimAaAaAeA?
Tenders are invited for Provision Of Lifts At Platforms In Jabalpur Satna, Rewa And Sagar Stations In Jabalpur Division Of West-Central Railway
NYSE: PCL) has completed the sale of approximately 98,000 acres of timberlands in west-central Florida to Hancock Timber Resource Group for approximately USD120m, the company said.
The book explores the religious and ritual practices that linked West-Central Africa with the Lowcountry region of Georgia and South Carolina in the era of the slave trade.
The researchers analyzed samples of materials used in the construction of a medieval castle and several churches in west-central France to better determine when they were built.
Auto Business News-25 July 2008-Honda produces 10 millionth automatic transmission at west-central Ohio plant(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
Muscatine, Iowa, hires Myron Eichelberger as district sales manager for east-central Iowa and David Smith as district sales manager for east-central Indiana and west-central Ohio.
Reports of Cryptotis parva extending its range into west-central Texas have increased considerably since Hall (1981) and Davis & Schmidly (1994) published their distributional maps of the least shrew.
explores the West-Central African role in, and experience during, the expansion of international society.
Increasing archaeological evidence now suggests that Maya settlements in the west-central Yucatan Peninsula languished for much of that Maya "golden era" but then flourished as centers to the south fell on hard times.