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De Soto

Hernando . ?1500--42, Spanish explorer, who discovered the Mississippi River (1541)
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During this period, we will also evaluate the merits of constructing a small hard-rock-free gold recovery plant to act as a test facility for both the De Soto and Blue Bell mines and to provide a local testing facility for other mines the Company owns in the area such as the Sun Gold, Oro Cache, Eagle and Treasure Gulch.
It was surprising because winner De Soto was still travelling well and had bumper form in the book - second in Missed That's Champion Bumper at Cheltenham - to suggest he would be tough to beat if getting his act together over hurdles, as he clearly was.
We are excited to introduce our new concept to the De Soto area," said Goff.
Hernando de Soto has earned international acclaim with his innovative concepts for transforming the economies of underdeveloped countries.
The market, especially the service and content provider community, is rallying hard behind Internet content delivery technologies, specifically media streaming and Internet caching," said Richard De Soto.
Coventry will offer an array of group and individual health insurance products to businesses and residents in Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, De Soto, Red River, and Webster parishes.
PAUL WEBBER'S team has been hit by the news that promising novice hurdler De Soto has been ruled out for the rest of the campaign.
Cudworth said Kelly then approached a man working on a Chevy S10 pickup, attacked him with the machete, causing injuries to his arms, then drove off in the vehicle northbound on De Soto Avenue.
Alex de Soto was appointed vice president and chief financial officer.
Encouraged to come to the CHP's West Valley station in Woodland Hills to file a stolen-vehicle report, Rodriguez complied and completed the required paperwork at the De Soto Avenue station.