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cayuse

the strong, hardy pony used by American Indians.
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Actual Native-American historical persons appear in the novel including Cayuse Chief Pepeopmox and White Allied Nez Perce Chief Lawyer.
Cayuse is licensed to immediately deploy, configure and support RAMSeS modules under the Cayuse brand.
With sophisticated error-correction and automatic completion of federal forms, the Cayuse platform has demonstrated cost and labor savings that make it an easily justifiable investment.
Our little cayuse did not seem anxious to travel and needed lots of encouragement to get him to move at even a slow walk.
48) Treaty with the Walla Walla, Cayuse, and the Umatilla, June 9, 1855, 12 Stat.
In addition, Cayuse will rely on WinMill as its preferred partner for consulting and integration solutions in the electronic research administration (eRA) industry.
With the Sahaptin tribes (Nimi'ipuu, Cayuse, Yakama, and others of the Southern Plateau), winter is storytelling time.
Minthorn, a Cayuse Indian, will be honored for outstanding service to Oregon as longtime chairman of the confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.
The young clergyman, who is a recent arrival, was not the least discouraged by this unseemly conduct on the part of the cayuse.
17) On November 29, 1847, the Whitmans were killed by a group of Cayuse Indians.