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Sedalia

(sĭdā`lyə), city (1990 pop. 19,800), seat of Pettis co., W central Mo.; inc. 1864. An agricultural shipping and distribution center as well as a regional service and shopping center, Sedalia has a great variety of manufactures, among which are apparel, consumer goods, electronic equipment, and ordnance. Formerly an important rail center with railroad shops, Sedalia is the site of the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art and hosts the annual Missouri State Fair. Whiteman Air Force Base is to the west.
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The Daum Museum is located in Sedalia, Missouri US.
Additionally, Hayes Lemmerz Sedalia Operations and the company's automotive brake facility in Monterrey, Mexico, were named 2007 Nissan Zero Defects Award winners.
The tent was part of a customer appreciation sale that ran in conjunction with the Missouri State Fair, which is held in Sedalia every August.
Dictyo-nema seems to have lived throughout the Upper Chouteau and was deposited in the following Fm(s) after death in atleast the Northview of Southwestern Missouri, the Sedalia of Central Missouri, the Chouteau undifferentiated and possibly the McCraney Ls of Northeastern Missouri.
She has taught at the University of Michigan, Furman University, Central Missouri State University and State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Missouri.
A bevy of Missouri's top politicians lined up behind a lectern packed with beer bottles Thursday to endorse a new brand of beer made by a farmer-owned microbrewery in Sedalia, MO.
The DOJ 's Civil Rights Division sent letters to Tyson in May 2000 and January 2002 regarding its inquiry into allegations that the company's plants in Sedalia, Missouri, and Noel, Missouri- both of which are named in the conspiracy indictment- discriminated against immigrants by scrutinizing their employment verification documents too closely.
Hundreds of residents have left their homes and Douglas County authorities urged the Suttons and more than 13,000 others near Sedalia, 20 miles south of Denver, to leave.
The Long Expedition in 1820 found Bandtailed Pigeons near Sedalia and Mourning Doves near Colorado Springs.
Peter Pucci's opening work, Picture of Sedalia, set to Scott Joplin, tried to suggest images of small-town life at the end of the nineteenth century.
Rival plans to close two of its seven manufacturing plants, expand current operations in Sedalia, Mo.
Even Berlin's exhaustive treatment of the minutiae of Joplin's often transitory life, including reproductions of different census records, well-detailed maps of Sedalia, Missouri, when Joplin lived there, and full scores of many of Joplin's best-known compositions cannot entirely let the reader see a clear image of the so-called "king of ragtime.