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S.D.

1. skin dose.
2. standard deviation.
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South Dakota Cattlemen's Association President Cory Eich, who farms and ranches near Canova in eastern South Dakota, said Friday that he thinks it was a mistake to select Jett because her stands don't mesh with the state.
Figures are collected and tabulated by the Labor Market Information Center, South Dakota Department of Labor.
Whatever happens in South Dakota, the rebellion against the unconstitutional Roe decision will continue--and expand.
South Dakota will build its educator base through targeted recruitment, retention and training.
David Bordewyk, general manager of the South Dakota Newspaper Association, said there are better ways to balance the personal right to privacy against the public right to view state records.
Pine Ridge Reservation in southwest South Dakota is home to fewer than 20,000 people.
The NFB film traces the life and death of Annie Mae Pictou-Aquash, a Mi'kmaq Native rights activist from Nova Scotia whose unsolved murder in South Dakota in 1976 provoked accusations that both the FBI and Annie Mae's fellow warriors in the American Indian Movement (AIM) were involved in the crime and its cover-up.
But Borglum quickly converted insult into triumph, packing his bags for South Dakota, where he landed the job of carving Mount Rushmore.
In honoring the six fine South Dakota nominees for the AFLAC National Assistant Coaches of the ear Awards on page 22 of the August issue, we inadvertently omitted the heading (South Dakota) over their names.
Before starting down his controversial road to cinematic fame, Micheaux settled in South Dakota and penned some distinctly autobiographical novels built around his life as an African-American pioneer.
Johnson, 55, served eight years in the South Dakota legislature, and won Daschle's open House seat in 1986.
Chronic Wasting Disease was eventually found on the South Dakota farm, and Luterbach thinks an animal from there infected the Saskatchewan game farm, which then bought and sold elk, seeding the disease into other operations.

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