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Caldwell,

city (1990 pop. 18,400), seat of Canyon co., SW Idaho, on the Boise River; inc. 1890. On the site of an Oregon Trail camping ground, the city is a major processing and distribution center for an agricultural and livestock area. Transportation equipment and wood products are manufactured. Caldwell is the seat of Albertson College of Idaho.

Caldwell

Erskine . 1903--87, US novelist whose works include Tobacco Road (1933)
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Roy Caldwell, director of the Museum of Paleontology at the University of California, Berkeley, doesn't quite agree.
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Originally considered an individualist, Caldwell became a fine fighter pilot and a dedicated leader, much loved by those he commanded.
Caldwell is the Scripps Howard endowed professor of journalism at Hampton University, the historically black institution in Virginia.
As lead organizer for the gay rights group Heights Families for Equality, Caldwell has in recent months taken his activism to a national level.
One thing that was unusual about this particular contract was that even though we are not doing the design, we had to provide the drawings for the job," said Caldwell.
Stranraer Sheriff Court heard Kyle, 22, was caught on the town's CCTV system kicking Caldwell on the head as he lay helpless on the ground.
Caldwell says MVI is well suited for the manufacture of large-diameter pipe in round and various non-round shapes and for manhole structures, culverts, drainage containment, storage tanks and other underground applications.
The 21-year-old has been told his contract at St James' Park will not be renewed in the summer and Caldwell is likely to be paid up, allowing him to move on a free transfer before the end of the season.
Caldwell was ordered to pay his victim pounds 500 compensation and undertake 160 hours community punishment by Judge Graham Cottle at Exeter Crown Court.
Our job as Tel Hai ombudsmen is to be available to those who need help," remarks Caldwell.
A billion years before the very end, dark energy, which Caldwell calls phantom energy, would strip apart clusters of galaxies.