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Denver,

city in Colorado.
Denver classification - a classification of chromosomes first discussed at a meeting in Denver, Colorado.
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Key clients include: American Crew, Colorado Tourism, Pinnacle Bank, VISIT DENVER and others.
Salba's Life one person on the team must wear full pads for 24-hours straight; sleeping, eating, everything: Joey Shigeo, Salt Lake City, UT to Boise, ID; Rick Howard, Milwaukee, WI to Denver, CO; Jasin Phares, Kansas City, MO to Denver, CO; Cooper Wilt, Minneapolis, MN to Denver, CO
He lives in the small rural community of Deer Trail, sixty miles east of Denver.
The exhilaration that Sethe recalls seeing in the men and women who danced the "antelope" is mirrored in Beloved's dance, as she and Denver move "round and round the tiny room," swinging "to and fro, to and fro, until exhausted" (74).
In 1991 spacious new studios -- square 33,000 feet -- were acquired as home for the company and school in downtown Denver, two blocks from the landmark state capitol and occupying the eastern comer of Denver's highly desirable Golden Triangle.
The fact that the Clippers stopped the Nuggets' seven-game winning streak the previous night with a 105-87 victory in Denver had to give the visitors extra motivation.
Now Tier II includes such groups as the Colorado Symphony, Colorado Ballet, Denver Center Theatre Company, Opera Colorado, Central City Opera, Arvada Center for the Arts, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra, the Children's Museum, and Cleo Parker Robinson New Dance Theatre.
Before or after a game, musical, play, opera or ballet, Denver is decidedly friendly to the pedestrian.
Facing Denver (14-54) proved a remedy for the Clippers (22-46), who had lost to the Lakers on Monday.