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  Cimarron
Cimarron produces strategic planning products that assist school administrators and support staff to develop improvement programs for their schools and school districts.
Cimarron is an Information Technology company that provides services and products to federal government agencies, state and local government agencies, educational agencies, schools and universities.
We at Cimarron, to compete in the ever changing environment and to continue to improve our Corporation's image, must adhere to our values of honesty and integrity while retaining our commitment to excellence to our customers and employees.
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  Cimarron, NM
Cimarron is a historic place not a ghost town, and the town is inextricably a part of the lives of two of New Mexico's most important people, Lucien Bonaparte Maxwell and Kit Carson.
Cimarron was settled in 1841, the year of the origin of the Beaubien-Miranda Land Grant, and became an important stop on the Santa Fe Trail twenty years later.
Lucien Maxwell moved to Cimarron (a word generally used to describe something wild or unruly) in the late 1850s, and when a post office was granted in 1861 Maxwell was the first postmaster.
www.rozylowicz.com /retirement/cimarron/cimarron.html   (408 words)

  
  CIMARRON
CIMARRON Engineering Ltd. is an Alberta-based company established in Calgary in 1985 and has grown to become an industry leader in EPC and EPCM projects in two major energy sectors, namely, pipeline systems and station facilities.
CIMARRON has traditionally focused on the Canadian marketplace, specializing in the development, management, and execution of projects for the production, gathering, processing, transmission, and distribution of oil and gas petroleum projects.
CIMARRON strives to assist pipeline and facility owners develop the necessary programs for the continued safe, reliable and regulatory compliant performance of their operating systems.
www.cimarron.ab.ca /group.asp   (427 words)

  
 Cimarron
Cimarron is a huge brand that is a dynamic presence all over Europe and Japan.
Cimarron is globally distributed and has mono-label stores in Barcelona, Ibiza, Brussels, two stores in Paris, and a store in Tokyo.
Cimarron maintains PR agencies in every country where they are presented and appears in advertisements and editorials Internationally in fashion publications.
www.agentredintl.com /cimarron.html   (218 words)

  
 Cimarron Alliance Foundation - 2001 Photo Gallery
Through a joint project with the Cimarron Alliance Group, we have been able to hang 44 banners proclaiming Gay and Lesbian Pride in rainbow colors on city light poles from NW 32nd to NW 42nd on Classen Blvd. and around the intersection of Classen Blvd. and NW Expressway, known as Classen Circle.
She specifically denied the city's request that its new policy of requiring the applicants to donate the banners to the city created "government speech" which the city claimed was somehow exempt from first amendment protection.
The entire banner regulation was an attempt to censor and stigmatize the free speech of a minority group, of whom the mayor and a majority of the city council disapproved.
www.cimarronalliance.org /gallery2001.htm   (659 words)

  
 Cimarron New Mexico - Wild and Baudy Boomtown
Maxwell was a shrewd and lucky businessman and in 1857, he bought Miranda's interest in the grant and continued to develop the area.
In 1858, Maxwell built a mansion in Cimarron that was as large as a city block.
Cimarron was officially established in 1861 and was named for the Spanish word meaning "wild" and "unbroken".
www.legendsofamerica.com /HC-Cimarron1.html   (918 words)

  
 NMBGMR Geologic Tour: Cimarron Canyon State Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-25)
Cimarron is Spanish for wild and untamed and originally was used in New Mexico to refer to the wild bighorn sheep, and later to the wild horses and cattle that once roamed throughout the north-central mountains (Pearce, 1965).
The Cimarron River is the only water course that has cut through the Cimarron Range (Robinson et al., 1964) because it has had more water with which to erode and cut through the mountains.
The Cimarron River was able to capture the waters from the Moreno Valley as the result of a set of special circumstances (Robinson et al., 1964).
geoinfo.nmt.edu /tour/state/cimarron/home.html   (2524 words)

  
 Cimarron’s Richards-Mason Conversion Revolver
The Cimarron Richards-Mason.44 is a faithful reproduction of the original, with the addition of a hammer-block safety to allow the legal importation of the sixgun.
The quality of fit and finish on the Cimarron is beautiful, with perfectly-fitted one-piece stocks, a naval battle scene roll engraved on the cylinder, and a deep blue-fl finish, with a case hardened frame and hammer.
Cimarron's workmanship is second to none, and it is fine detailing such as this that separates Cimarron from the competition.
www.gunblast.com /Cimarron_Conversion.htm   (1241 words)

  
 Sangre de Cristo Chronicle: Gazetteer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-25)
Cimarron is renowned for outlaw murders and as a rendezvous for cowboy legends.
Cimarron is flanked by some of the largest private ranches in the state, the C.S. Ranch owned by the Les Davis family and the spectacular Vermejo Park Ranch owned by media mogul Ted Turner.
In this land of cowboys, not surprisingly Cimarron's 4th of July Maverick Rodeo is said to be one of the oldest in the nation.
www.sangrechronicle.com /gazetteer.html   (1687 words)

  
 Cimarron Model P Revolvers
While Cimarron has an extensive line of rifles and other handguns, their Model P revolvers are the guns that are in the greatest demand, and are the subject of this review.
The Cimarrons received represent two of the most popular variations of the Model P. One was the seven and one-half inch barreled Cavalry model with the old style frame and "bull's-eye" ejector button, the other was a four and three-quarter inch barreled sixgun built on the modern style frame.
Cimarron is making some of the finest reproduction Old-West style guns available today, with craftsmanship equal to many custom makers at a fraction of the price.
www.gunblast.com /Cimarron_ModelP.htm   (789 words)

  
 The Ranch at Cimarron Crossing by Louise Barry, Autumn 1973, Kansas Historical Quarterly
RATHER predictably the middle and generally-used ford of the Arkansas on the Santa Fe trail's Cimarron desert route came to be known as Cimarron Crossing.
Noteworthy is the regular use of "Cimarron Crossing" as the name for the middle Arkansas ford in these tables of the 1860's.
Cimarron ranch might have been untenable in the summer of 1868 in any case.
www.kshs.org /publicat/khq/1973/73_3_barry.htm   (10700 words)

  
 History of Cimarron, KS
That year at the Cimarron Crossing, a wagon train was captured; seventeen men tortured to death by fire.
For months, attempts were made to settle the argument through the courts and the location of the county seat seemed to depend mostly on the sympathies of the county officers.
As the last of the books were being loaded, Cimarron men had arrived and taken cover inside and behind buildings, and bullets began to fly from both sides of the street.
skyways.lib.ks.us /kansas/towns/Cimarron/history.html   (3036 words)

  
 USS Cimarron (AO-22) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
USS Cimarron (AO-22) was a Cimarron-class oiler serving with the United States Navy and only the second ship to be named for the Cimarron River in the southwestern United States.
Cimarron departed Pearl Harbor 29 September 1943 with the force which raided Wake Island on 5 October and 6 October, and returned to Pearl Harbor 16 October.
Cimarron sailed to the Far East again between 14 June 1954 and 8 February 1955, during which she served as flagship of the United Nations support group for Operation Passage to Freedom, the evacuation of refugees from Communist North Vietnam.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/USS_Cimarron_(AO-22)   (1234 words)

  
 Cimarron (1931)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-25)
A few of the scenes are classics and remain in the mind for a long time: the 1889 Land Rush sequence which opens the film; the church service in the saloon; the gun battle in the dusty street.
It is very interesting to watch how the town of Osage changes during the movie, from a dangerous dirty settlement to an Oklahoma metropolis in 1930, all achieved most convincingly for the screen.
The Cimarron is a wild and unruly river that arises in New Mexico and runs for about 600 miles before becoming a tributary of the Arkansas River near Tulsa, Oklahoma.
us.imdb.com /Title?0021746   (782 words)

  
 Curecanti National Recreation Area - Historic Cimarron (U.S. National Park Service)
Cimarron, Colorado, is located 20 miles east of Montrose on U.S. Highway 50.
Cimarron became a major livestock shipping center, with corrals covering over 7500 square feet adjacent to the railroad siding.
Local ranchers would typically drive their stock to Cimarron and timed their arrival to allow immediate loading of animals; there were no feeding facilities at the corrals here.
www.nps.gov /cure/historyculture/cimarron.htm   (1321 words)

  
 Cimarron, KS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-25)
Cimarron, the county seat of Gray [GY] county, is on the north bank of the (often waterless) Arkansas river.
Cimarron Crossing Park, beside the river on the south side of town, has information about the Santa Fe Trail through this area.
Cimarron City Library   (620) 855-3808 / 120 N. Main
skyways.lib.ks.us /towns/Cimarron/index.html   (171 words)

  
 Cimarron
The Cimarron National Grassland is located within the basin and covers an area of about 100,000 acres.
Principal tributaries of the Cimarron River in Kansas are the North Fork Cimarron, Crooked Creek, Bluff Creek and on occasions of high runoff, Bear Creek.
The climate of the basin is characterized by moderate to low precipitation, relatively high wind velocities, fairly rapid rates of evaporation, a wide range of temperatures and abrupt, sometimes violent changes in weather.
www.kwo.org /BACs/CIM/CIM.htm   (405 words)

  
 The Other Cimarron
Cimarron is located in historic Colfax County, New Mexico on the eastern edge of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains about halfway between Raton and Taos.
The Cimarron and Northwestern laid 22 miles of narrow gauge track to Ponil Park to exploit the large stands of timber along the Ponil River.
From Cimarron to Ute Park, the highway was built mostly on the STL, RMandP roadbed.
members.cox.net /sn3nut/Cimarron.htm   (1727 words)

  
 Cimarron - Strategic Performance System
Cimarron, a Houston-based information technology company that provides contract support to the US Space Program, has teamed with The Cambridge Group, a Montgomery-based planning corporation, to create a high technology strategic planning tool.
Cimarron is an information technology company, with over 400 employees, that provides service and products to federal government agencies, including NASA, as well as state and local government agencies, educational agencies, schools and universities.
Cimarron has provided planning tools to campuses, districts, and states since 1996.
www.cimarroninc.com /products/sps   (523 words)

  
 Cimarron Firearms - Old West Guns and Cowboy Action Shooting Firearms
Cimarron Firearms - Old West Guns and Cowboy Action Shooting Firearms
All graphics on this site belong solely to Cimarron Firearms Co. Inc.
The use of any graphic on the site is strictly prohibited.
www.cimarron-firearms.com   (205 words)

  
 Cimarron, New Mexico (NM) Detailed Profile - relocation, real estate, travel, jobs, hospitals, schools, crime, news, ...
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The ratio of number of residents in Cimarron to the number of sex offenders is 874 to 1.
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www.city-data.com /city/Cimarron-New-Mexico.html   (1192 words)

  
 Cimarron
Cimarron has a history of outlaws, bandits, gratuitous violence and just plain rudeness, and that legacy has shaped Cimarron into a scrappy, scruffy little place.
For many years, Cimarron was a stop along the Santa Fe Trail and a watering hole for the A-List of history's bad boys: Clay Allison, Black Jack Ketchum, Jesse James, Billy the Kid.
The word "cimarron" is a Spanish word meaning something like "rowdy place," though my Spanish-English dictionary says it can also mean "wild animal" or "runaway slave." Cimarron even translates roughly.
www.vivanewmexico.com /ghosts/cimarron.html   (566 words)

  
 USN Ships--USS Cimarron (AO-22)
Cimarron's first Pacific war undertaking was to provide oil for the carriers and other ships involved in the April 1942 Doolittle Raid on Japan.
He is preceded by some of his bodyguards and followed by Mohamed Effendi (interpreter), Waldo Bailey (U.S. Consul at Dhahran), Colonel William McNown (Military Attache to the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, Egypt), Captain John C. Woelfel (U.S. Naval Technical Officer at the Cairo Embassy), and Captain Dewitt C.E. Hamberger (Naval Attache to the Cairo Embassy).
USS Cimarron (AO-22) moored along the starboard side of civilian tanker National Defender (described as "World's largest tanker, 810 feet in length"), offloading fuel at Echo Anchorage in Tokyo Bay, Japan, July 1960.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-c/ao22.htm   (1194 words)

  
 TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES
Then, when MGM enlisted Anthony Mann to remake Cimarron in 1960, the production was beset with an assortment of problems, including studio interference and a misbegotten romance between its lead performers, Glenn Ford and Maria Schell.
Cimarron follows the plight of Sabra (Schell), a rich girl from the East who journeys to the untamed West beside her dashing husband, Yancey (Ford).
Cimarron's most thrilling sequence - a vivid re-creation of the Oklahoma land-rush of April 22, 1889.
www.tcm.com /thismonth/article.jsp?cid=99252&mainArticleId=135951   (931 words)

  
 USN Ships--USS Cimarron (1862-1865)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-25)
Cimarron next joined the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, her assignment for the rest of the Civil War.
She was active along the coasts and rivers of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, participating in the blockade of the Confederacy and engaging enemy positions ashore.
Cimarron decommissioned at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in August 1865 and was sold the following November.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-c/cimarron.htm   (243 words)

  
 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron - Rotten Tomatoes
SPIRIT: STALLION OF THE CIMARRON is a refreshingly old-fashioned and gentle tale of a mustang stallion struggling to remain free in the old West.
Like Shrek, Spirit's visual imagination reminds you of why animation is such a perfect medium for children, because of the way it allows the mind to enter and accept another world.
It's drained of life in an attempt to be sober and educational, and yet it's so devoid of realism that its lack of whistles and bells just makes it obnoxious and stiff.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/spirit_stallion_of_the_cimarron   (1096 words)

  
 Cimarron, New Mexico NM, village profile (Colfax County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Cimarron was $14,248, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Cimarron, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $275.
The average commute time for Cimarron workers is 22 minutes, compared with 26 minutes nationwide.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=17807   (502 words)

  
 Cimarron River Fly Fishing in New Mexico
A tailwater fishery emanating from Eagle nest Lake, the Cimarron is a brown trout stream with excellent opportunities for dry fly enthusiasts.
Surviving for six months on midges, may flies, and the odd fresh water shrimp, the Browns of the Cimarron look at the large (size 8-12) stone flies like a junk yard dog eyes a pork chop.
The Cimarron has over 3,000 fish per mile, and the water is small.
www.edadamsflyfishing.com /cimarron.php3   (191 words)

  
 Casual country cabinets - Armstrong Kitchen Cabinets and Bath Vanities
The Cimarron 3/4" solid cherry door frames are assembled with five piece mortise and tenon construction joints, just like the craftsmanship found in fine furniture.
The Cimarron center panel is constructed of genuine cherry veneer, a quality veneer that produces a very desirable and uniform look in color and graining patterns.
In addition, Cimarron door frame features contemporary profiling with a double step waterfall edge on the inner and outer edges.
www.armstrong.com /rescabam/na/cabinets/en/us/casual-country-cabinets-cimarron.html   (100 words)

  
 Cimarron County, Oklahoma
Cimarron County, Oklahoma was formed in 1907 from Beaver County.
If you can prove each generation of your lineage back to an individual who settled in one of Oklahoma's territories on or before 16 November 1907, you are eligible for membership in First Families of the Twin Territories.
Cimarron County Archive Page Burial Index, Cemeteries, Headstone pictures, Military, Marriages, Obits, Newspapers
www.rootsweb.com /~okcimarr/cimarron.htm   (314 words)

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