Definition of Prairie

Prairie means Prairie Cascade Energy Holdings, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company.
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Examples of Prairie in a sentence

From there, a 9" (228 mm) diameter hole was drilled to a core point just above the Prairie Evaporite Formation.
Students must meet the Prairie View A&M University admissions requirements.
The Prairie Creek Project is a zinc, silver and lead project that is 100%-owned by Canadian Zinc and currently reports a proven and probable mineral reserve of 5.2 million tonnes grading 9.4% zinc, 151 grams per tonne silver and 9.5% lead.
The Company's commodity streams and royalties in connection with Chapada, Cerro Moro, Diavik, Black Fox, Ming, Hugo North Extension and Heruga, MWS, Bachelor Lake, Mt. Hamilton, Prairie Creek, San Andres, Hot Maden Project, Hackett River Project, Lobo-Marte Project, Agi Dagi, Kirazli and Bracemac-McLeod transactions have been entered into directly by Canadian based subsidiaries and will therefore, be subject to Canadian, and/or U.S./international taxation, as the case may be.
The only seaport in the Prairie Region is located at Churchill on Hudson Bay.