A tribe in TX, a town named after them there.
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- a city in east central Texas
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a city in east central Texas
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city, seat (1850) of McLennan county, north-central Texas, U.S. Waco lies along the Brazos River, some 100 miles (160 km) south of Dallas. It was ... [2 related articles]
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This is an article about the toymaker. For other uses see: Waco (disambiguation) Waco was a now defunct toy manufacturer. It is known for manufacturing the first plastic electronic game, a version of tic-tac-toe in 1972. ...
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Waco is a city in the U.S. state of Texas. Waco may also refer to: ...
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The result of the debate was delete. King of ♥ ♦ ♣ ♠ 22:13, 28 June 2006 (UTC) ===Comedy of the commons=== Term apparently only used by Lawrence Lessig, and apparently only once. --InShaneee 01:21, 23 June 2006 (UTC) ...
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This was the last leading screen role for Russell, who did only bit parts in a pair of later films, The Born Losers and Darker Than Amber. ==Plot== A town in Wyoming is up in arms. Somebody has shot the sheriff, Billy Kelly, and things are so bad that preacher Sam Stone and businessman George Gates implore the mayor, Ned West, t
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Waco (wā'kō) , city (1990 pop. 103,590), seat of McLennan co., E central Tex., on the Brazos River, just below the mouth of the Bosque; inc. 1856. It is a rail junction and a trading, shipping, and industrial center. Agriculture and livestock raising are important to the economy, and...
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