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Land of Opportunity

Definitions

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  • n. a state in south central United States; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War

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Examples

  • Only in America, Land of Opportunity, where everyone is free to start over -- and over and over -- endlessly reinventing themselves in a country where, as the poet Allen Ginsberg once noted, "yesterday's newspaper is amnesia."

    Rory O'Connor: Beating the Press -- Literally

  • Richard in Cincinnati – America is the Land of Opportunity.

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  • But that door swings both ways, and culture shock gives way to a new life as the reserved Englishman recognizes America as the Land of Opportunity.

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  • The stories told in Land of Opportunity offer much needed perspectives on the most pressing issues facing our urban areas.

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  • There's a good reason the United States is called the Land of Opportunity.

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  • "We need to let the world know that America is still the Land of Opportunity, and that we are open for business."

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  • Only in America, Land of Opportunity, where everyone is free to start over – and over and over -- endlessly reinventing themselves in a country where, as the poet Allen Ginsberg once noted, “yesterday’s newspaper is amnesia.” www. roryoconnor.org

    Beating the Press-Literally

  • We need to let the world know that America is still the Land of Opportunity, and that we are open for business. "

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