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APACHE

 (Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation)
a patient classification system that predicts the risk of death in intensive care units.
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The idea of turning Chiricahua into a national park came to Robert "Bob" Gent a little more than a year ago.
Fish and Wildlife Service's (Service) Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program to improve Moreno Spring for the benefit of Chihuahua chub and Chiricahua leopard frog.
Since the discovery, another dozen Apache sites have been found and documented in Chiricahua National Monument.
Photo: Lancashire Al-Che-Say (1853-1928) was a Chiricahua chief who joined the U.S.
Utley might have emphasized more emphatically that Geronimo was not Chiricahua but Bidanku.
He was born in 1914 to Sam and Blossom Haozous, who were among a group of Chiricahua Apaches held as prisoners of war for 27 years after Geronimo surrendered to U.S.
For nearly two centuries, Chiricahua Indians lived here in relative peace.
Language classes previously organized by Darrow, who has been documenting his mother's Chiricahua Apache language since the late 1970s, were relatively poorly attended, and those few attendees mainly were older American Indians.
By fall of that year, he facilitated a relative peace by crafting a treaty with Cochise, a chief of the Chiricahua Apache tribe.
Twelve casitas dot Sunglow Ranch, go miles southeast of Tucson in the Chiricahua Mountains.
atriscutis from "Cowania sp." (Rosaceae) in the Chiricahua Mountains of Arizona is considered an incidental occurrence of adults or a misidentification of Fallugia paradoxa.