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Apaches

name given to Parisian gangsters. [Fr. Hist.: Payton, 31]
See: Evil
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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.
In 1962, Neil Goodwin, 22, a New York State architect, and his mother were sorting through his long-dead father's belongings when they found a meticulously kept diary of his days as an amateur ethnographer studying the Apaches of New Mexico.
They discovered that deep enmity existed between the Apaches and the Mexicans, "blood feuds born of the Mexican Revolution.
SANTA CLARITA - The Senior Apaches (1-5), coached by Brian Lighthill, lost to a visiting Newbury Park team at their Oct.
Apaches quarterback Gary Cox spent the afternoon dodging a relentless Steeler rush, completing the only pass of the day.
Dzil nchaa si an, or Big-Seated Mountain as traditional Apaches call it, is home to the ga'an spirit dancers.
Boeing has announced a commitment to deliver an additional 1,000 Apaches over the next decade.
But here, in the middle of nowhere, Abdul-Jabbar has quickly discovered basketball's importance to the Apaches.
The Santa Clarita Junior 1 Apaches (11-1) lost to the Ventura Packers (12-0) 34-6 in the Pacific Youth Football League Superbowl played Saturday Dec.