from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An English colony of southeast North America, first settled in 1653 and divided into North Carolina and South Carolina in 1729.
- A city of northeast Puerto Rico east-southeast of San Juan. It is a processing center with a textile industry. Population: 188,000.
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- proper n. A female given name, Latinate form of Caroline; rare in English.
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- n. the area of the states of North Carolina and South Carolina
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And, when I say it's the CAROLINA bar, it is the sole Carolina bar in town ... and this asshat knew it.
Carolina in 1760, wrote in his _History of North Carolina_ that the women were the more industrious sex in this section, and made a great deal of cloth of their own cotton, wool, and flax.
Of those over half, eight, have a touch of carolina blue in them, three with Carolina players on both benches.
The first known deaths from what he referred to as Carolina flu were in the Rockingham, North Carolina area — but Lauren had already known that from Eric.
II. a grant of lands lying south of Virginia which they called Carolina in honor of the king, whose name was not really Carolina.
Carolina is code for “the black man is going to raise your taxes here in “real” (white) America and send it back to Chicago (black America).
Defensively, South Carolina is looking to replace All-American linebacker Eric Norwood.
"South Carolina is facing serious challenges, and the Governor is dedicated to addressing these challenges alongside other members of the legislature committed to the same," he said.
Apparently the gentleman from the great state of South Carolina is no gentleman at all.
No wonder South Carolina is at the bottom of the pack in more ways than one which idiots like him representing the state.
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