Tulsa

[n] - a major city of northeastern Oklahoma on the Arkansas river
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Tulsa

noun a major city of northeastern Oklahoma on the Arkansas river; once known as the oil capital of the world and still heavily involved in the oil and gas industries
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Tulsa

(from the article `Clark, Larry`) ...addiction, uncontrolled sexuality, and violence. As an active participant, Clark was able to invest his images with a powerful immediacy. The ...
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Tulsa

city, Osage and Tulsa counties, seat (1907) of Tulsa county, northeastern Oklahoma, U.S., situated on the Arkansas River. It originated in 1836 as a ... [1 related articles]
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Tulsa

[disambiguation] Tulsa is a city in Oklahoma, United States. Tulsa may also refer to: ...
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Tulsa

Tulsa (tŭl'su) , city (1990 pop. 367,302), seat of Tulsa co., NE Okla., on the Arkansas River east of its junction with the Cimarron; inc. 1898. It became an inland port with the opening (1971) of the McClellan-Kerr Waterway, a 440-mi (708-km) system linking it with the Gulf of Mexico. Tul...
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Tulsa

[film] Richard Wormser (story) | starring = Susan HaywardRobert PrestonPedro Armendáriz | music = Frank Skinner | cinematography = Winton C. Hoch | editing = Terry O. Morse | distributor = Walter Wanger ProductionsEagle-Lion films | released = {Film date|1949|05|26} | runtime = 90 min. | country = United States | language = English | award
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Tulsa

[book] Tulsa is a collection of black-and-white photographs by Larry Clark of the life of young people in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Its publication in 1971 `caused a sensation within the photographic community`, leading to a new interest in autobiographical work. Later better known for directing the movie Kids, Clark was a Tulsa native and a drug ad
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