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Coloradoan

[‚käl·ə′rad·ə·wən]
(geology)
Middle Upper Cretaceous geologic time.
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For more than 140 years, the Coloradoan has been a curated list of the most important news that we could toss on a doorstep each morning.
The Coloradoan reported that members of the community continue to raise funds to help finance Lizzy's medical bills.
(8.) Raju Chebium, Wind Energy Has Small Slice of Energy Pie but Big Lobbying Push for Tax Credit, COLORADOAN.COM (Dec.
Also the growing interest in vintage sniper rifle competition was demonstrated in that we had two guys from Arizona, one from Southern California, a Coloradoan, and a fellow from Idaho show up.
Gilbert, a lower middle class Coloradoan in his 30s, described himself as attracted to black women, but a particular type: "I am attracted to black women that fit my ideal petite body type, and ones who are lighter skinned." His expression of being attracted to black women who are of a lighter skin color elicits the long-heralded notion that black is only beautiful when it is synonymous with a multiracial identity.
Of all the regents, Cranberg was the one closest to Rick O'Donnell, a fellow former Coloradoan - and an associate of Sandefer - who had publicly questioned the value of academic research.
The Coloradoan justified his suggestion by arguing that there was "no way to keep the limited war with China from developing into a full-scale war." (38)
According to a copy of a search warrant released on Friday and posted on the website of The Coloradoan newspaper, Mayumi Heene told investigators she and her husband lied to authorities.
Intended for the Coloradoan public or general readers truly interested in weather, the title discusses Colorado climate basics, the cold and warm seasons, storm chasing, a history of documented Colorado weather, and climate change.
As the Coloradoan newspaper noted, "The radio and TV news commentator got some basic facts about the committee wrong--including its name and number of members--and generally mocked its recommendations."
According to a report by The Coloradoan newspaper, the $1.25-per-page copy fee dated to 1968.