from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital of Pennsylvania, in the southeast-central part of the state west-northwest of Philadelphia. Settled in the early 1700s as Harris' Ferry, it was renamed in 1785 and became the capital in 1812. Population: 47,200.
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- proper n. The capital of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- proper n. Several other places in the United States and Canada
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. capital of Pennsylvania; located in southern part of state
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Political corruption and featherbedding in Harrisburg is your classic dog-bites-man story, and frankly it’s too bad more of the General Assembly hasn’t been sent to jail for “business asusual.”
I know of many state workers in Harrisburg who continued working their daily jobs without pay and had to go to food banks to put food on the table for their families – all the while siphoning any savings they had in order to prevent foreclosure on their homes.
The expectation here in Harrisburg was that he would have been in the cabinet but for the Knoll situation.
Eagle Consulting Group is a national Republican political consulting and public affairs firm based in Harrisburg, Pa.
Mrs. Sorett spent much of her early life in Harrisburg, Pa., where she became president of the League of Women Voters chapter.
I am a GOP political consultant based in Harrisburg, pa and have been in the business since 1984!
I remember seeing Obama at a rally in Harrisburg and the heavy security, including sharpshooters on all the rooftops.
Few in Harrisburg were opposed to a tax per se, even though drillers do currently make lease and royalties payments.
You have to love his ads everywhere “Restoring Trust in Harrisburg” more like — Restoring Anti-trust in Harrisburg.
That de Rugy has testified before Congress on the basis of her evidence, and never paused to consider why the top five congressional districts on her list overlap with Sacramento, Albany, Austin, Tallahassee and Harrisburg, is mind-boggling.
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