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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).
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Deschutes

The code name for a faster version of the Pentium II.
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The choice allows Deschutes to invest in software as a service (SaaS) and avoid the large capital-expenditure dent at its Oregon facility, while the company plans to open a new production facility in Virginia.
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.
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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.
Under an endless blue sky, desert sand anchored by pale-olive juniper and sage gives way to vivid greenery and the flowing blue Deschutes.
For seven weeks that began last month, the Deschutes National Forest again is both home and workplace to 90 minimum-custody Oregon inmates.
Deschutes County's effort to overcome dependence on the timber industry through diversification is netting impressive results.
Shaver tractor tug M/V Deschutes is the first line-drive "push boat" to use the 360 [degrees] rotatable drives on U.S.