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Apaches

name given to Parisian gangsters. [Fr. Hist.: Payton, 31]
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Pardon, senores, if I shock you, but for me the time is come to beat the game of the Apache.'
It is foolish to go mad from thirst and fall by Apache bullets, or be skinned alive--it is in bad taste.
That he was already dead I could not but be convinced, and yet I would have saved his body from mutilation at the hands of the Apaches as quickly as I would have saved the man himself from death.
After that came a long newspaper story about how a miners' camp had been attacked by Apache Indians, and there was my Frank's name among the killed.
This book is a recent translation of a 1939 publication (originally in Norwegian) presenting an account of a 1930s expedition into the Sierra Madre of northern Mexico in search of "the last remaining renegade Apaches" (77).
Boeing (Mesa, AZ) has signed a foreign-military-sales (FMS) agreement with the US Government to upgrade 35 Egyptian AH-64A Apache helicopters into AH-64D Apaches with improved fire-control radar/radio-frequency interferometers.
The Apaches were flown from Illesheim to Coleman Barracks, in Mannheim, for preparation.
The Ministry of Defence have ordered 67 Apaches in a pounds 2billion deal with US maker McDonnell Douglas and British maker Westland.
After the first four choppers, another batch had come to the air base and the eight Apaches are likely to be inducted in the first go.
This large print edition of a terrifically well written action/adventure western is the story of Arizona cowboy Jesse Glover who is charged with President Ulysses Grant to try and make peace between the white miners and soldiers of Fort Bowie and the Apaches led by Cochise and Geronimo.
The 6-year agreement with Rolls-Royce Turbomeca will deliver essential support for the Army s Apaches and the Merlin helicopters used by the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force.
Acting on reports of the continued existence of these "wild" Apaches, Grenville Goodwin searched the Sierra Madre mountains in the 1930s to find them.