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Deschutes

(dāsho͞ots`), river, c.240 mi (390 km) long, rising in several lakes in the Cascade Range, W central Oregon, and flowing NE to the Columbia River. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has developed the stream and its main tributary, the Crooked River, for hydroelectric power and irrigation (c.100,000 acres/40,470 hectares).

Deschutes

The code name for a faster version of the Pentium II.
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After a long effort, BLM recently issued a decision that will allow Deschutes County to construct a one-mile paved road across BLM-managed public land about five miles west of Terrebonne, Oregon.
Then, you might have come to view the lunker Kokanee salmon and brown trout that migrate up the Deschutes River from the Wickiup Reservoir in September, or the bald eagles and osprey that are enticed by the spawning fish.
Deschutes has grown to be the fifth-largest craft brewery in the Unites States.
Using picturesque photos with a clever play on words (for instance, "Every home comes complete with running water" fronted a photo of the Deschutes River), each of the three postcards mimicked the project's advertising campaign.
Sunriver has three of them, including Crosswater, which meanders back and forth across the Deschutes River.
The rocks are located in Deschutes National Forest, east of Cove Palisades State Park.
AFTER SPENDING ONE YEAR feeding in the ocean, Deschutes steelhead return weighing from five to seven pounds, while those that feed for two years in the sea return in the 6- to 11-pound range.
Department of Agriculture's Deschutes National Forest.
In the late 1980s Deschutes began promoting tourism, hoping that development would follow.
His audio/visual presentation featuring fly-fishing and floating on the Deschutes River includes casting techniques and fly patterns.
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Annual campfire restrictions went into effect June 1, on portions of the Deschutes, John Day and Crooked Rivers, as well as on BLM-administered lands along Lake Billy Chinook.