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On November 4, the Fort Hall Shoshone-Bannock tribes announced their opposition to Yellowstone delisting.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is calling their $60 million turnout operation “the Bannock Street Project.”
Three days later, the 66-year-old Bannock expired of congestive heart failure and complications from diabetes.
Larry Bannock was the chief of a Mardi Gras Indian tribe in New Orleans.
Though Gloucester had retired, apparently he did not withdraw beyond the Bannock, but encamped for the night along the north bank.
It is hopeless to number the slain that strewed the field of battle, choked the Bannock, or floated down the Forth.
He then made fresh dispositions of his troops, in view of the position of the English van along the Bannock.
Lastly, he has baked the biggest Bannock on record; Cake with 5,000 eggs in it, and a tun of butter.History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. VII. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
One of the features of Michaelmas in Scotland was the concoction and cooking of a giant cake, bun, or bannock.Archaic England|Harold Bayley