How to use Comanche in a sentence

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  • Were those Comanche Indians that we stayed with?

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  • We were captured by the Comanche and sold to the Apache.

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  • About 3000 acres (nearly one-half in the narrow extension in the N.W.) were already irrigated in 1909, and surveys had been made by the Federal Reclamation Service with a view to irrigating about 100,000 acres more-10,000 to 14,000 acres in Beaver and Woodward counties, under the Cimarron project, and 80,000 to ioo,000 acres in Kiowa and Comanche counties, under the Red River project.

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  • The only Indians who are natives of this region are a few members of the Kiowa, Comanche and Apache tribes.

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  • I guess it's different for a woman who's been a captive of the Comanche.

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  • Styles of beading can vary from bracelet to bracelet and genuine Native American beading styles differ from tribe to tribe, with Navajo beading showing different patterns from Comanche, for example.

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  • Some of the popular helicopter video games over the years have been AH-64D Longbow, Comanche, Hind, SimCopter, and RC Stunt Copter.

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  • In 1847, just one year after Fredericksburg had begun, Meusebach signed a peace treaty with the Comanche - and this has remained unbroken to this very day!

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  • There are a number of models to choose from, including the Wrangler, Compass, Patriot, Liberty, Comanche and Grand Cherokee.

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  • Your Jeep Comanche may need a different rack than your Jamboree.

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  • Although they are no longer being produced, Jeep Comanche trucks are still a favorite with some automotive consumers.

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  • The Jeep Comanche was a pick-up truck based on the popular Jeep Cherokee sport utility vehicle.

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  • The Comanche was phased out of production after the 1992 model year because consumers seemed to gravitate toward the extended cabs and lower prices of other American compact trucks on the market.

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  • The Comanche featured an unusual unibody design, which meant that the truck's exterior panels were actually responsible for maintaining much of its structural integrity.

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  • This unique style makes the Comanche truck one of the most sought-after Jeep vehicles for collectors.

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  • When buying a Comanche, consumers could choose from two bed lengths, each of which had its own distinct frame.

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  • The longer bed was available in the inaugural model, and the six-foot-long short-bed Comanche debuted in 1987.

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  • The Jeep Comanche came in a four-wheel drive model and a standard rear-wheel drive model.

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  • Early versions of the Jeep Comanche were available with four-cylinder, V6, or turbo diesel engines.

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  • When compared to other pick-ups in its class, the Comanche offered impressive load capacity.

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  • In fact, the seven-foot bed model of the Comanche was even offered with a popular "Big Ten" suspension package.

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  • Although the Comanche was retired in 1992, it remains a popular truck with automobile collectors.

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  • If you're considering buying a Comanche to restore, examine the truck's body very carefully for rust damage.

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  • If you're buying a Comanche on the Internet, be sure you examine the truck in person before signing on the dotted line.

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  • The condition of your Comanche is an important factor in its value.

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  • Because of its unique design and relative power and reliability, the Jeep Comanche is a popular truck with auto collectors.

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  • This demand and the short production period mean that it can be difficult to find a Comanche in a short period of time.

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  • He was conspicuously successful (1869-1886) in dealing with Indian outbreaks, fighting the Cheyenne, Kiowa and Comanche on Llano Estacado (1875) and the Sioux in Montana (1876), capturing the Nez Perces under Chief Joseph (1877), and defeating the Chiricahua Apaches under Geronimo (1886), and he commanded the United States troops sent to Chicago during the railway riots in 1894.

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