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  • Britannica, Volume 9 Enid 16798661911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 9 — Enid ENID, a city and the county-seat of Garfield county, Oklahoma, U.S.A., about
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  • Kendall College); Phillips University, Enid (Christian); Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee (Baptist); Oklahoma Catholic University Shawnee (Roman Catholic)
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  • (2002) Gripe v. City of Enid Oklahoma 312 F.3d 1190 (2002) Reed v. Bennett 312 F.3d 1196 (2002) Murray v. City of Tahlequah Oklahoma 312 F.3d 1201 (2002)
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  • 516 miles in length lying in five states. Originating at Champlin's Enid, Oklahoma refinery, it crosses Kansas, Nebraska, a part of South Dakota, and ends
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  • Plaintiff-Appellant. David W. Kirk of Carter & Kirk, P.C., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for Defendants-Appellees City of Enid and Dennis Madison, and Nathan L. Whatley and
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  • closed national bank. November 25, 1929, the American National Bank of Enid, Oklahoma, pursuant to a resolution of its directors, which recited that it contemplated
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  • pipe line extends 516 miles across five states from its refinery at Enid, Oklahoma, to its terminal at Rock Rapids, Iowa. Although application of the Act
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  • Champlin owns and operates a pipe line running from its refinery at Enid, Oklahoma, to terminals at Hutchinson, Kansas; Superior, Nebraska; and Rock Rapids
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  • 797 F.2d 895 (1986) Liming Central National Bank and Trust Company of Enid Oklahoma v. Liming 797 F.2d 902 (1986) Texas Western Financial Corporation v
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  • Cuero, Texas, to Ft. Worth, Texas, Duncan, Oklahoma, alternate segments used through Oklahoma, to Enid, Oklahoma, Caldwell, Kansas, Wichita, Kansas, Abilene
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  • Inc v. G Kidd-Heller 927 F.2d 519 (1991) Security National Bank of Enid Oklahoma v. John Deere Company 927 F.2d 522 (1991) Kline v. Department of Health
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  • Chicago, via a particular point. Thus, on a shipment of grain from Enid, Oklahoma, to Chicago via Kansas City, the overhead through rate was 38.5 cents
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  • OKLAHOMA  Argued: March 23, 1932. --- Decided: May 16, 1932 [Syllabus from pages 210-212 intentionally omitted] Messrs. Harry O. Glasser, of Enid,
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  • Ardmore, Okl., for petitioners. Messrs. J. Berry King, of Oklahoma City, Okl., and V. P. Crowe, of Enid, Okl., for respondent. [Argument of Counsel from page
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  •  --- Decided: April 9, 1928 Messrs. V. P. Crowe, of Enid, Okl., and Edwin Dabney, of Oklahoma City, Okl., for Show. Shaw. for Gibson-Zahniser Oil Corporation
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  • Streeter B. Flynn, both of Oklahoma City, Okl., for petitioner. Messrs. Edwin Dabney, of Oklahoma City, Okl., and V. P. Crowe, of Enid, Okl., for respondents
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  • United States for the Western District of Oklahoma. Messrs.Dan Moody, of Austin, Tex., and Harry O. Glasser, of Enid, Okla., for appellant. Mr. Edward Dumbauld
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  •   Oklahoma City is the capital, with a population (census 1910) of 64,205.  The other important cities are Guthrie, Tulsa, Ardmore, El Reno, Enid, Lawton
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  • George W. Buckner, both of Enid, Okl., and J. D. Simms, of Muskogee, Okl., for plaintiffs in error. Mr. S. P. Freeling, of Oklahoma City, Okl., for defendants
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  • 11 Oklahoma by Mont Frederick Highley 104703Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 OklahomaMont Frederick Highley I. GEOGRAPHY Oklahoma, the
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