from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southeast Minnesota on the Mississippi River adjacent to St. Paul. The largest city in the state, it was a leading lumbering center in the 19th century and today is a port of entry and major industrial hub. Population: 373,000.
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- proper n. The largest city in the state of Minnesota.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. largest city in Minnesota; located in southeastern Minnesota on the Mississippi river; noted for flour mills; one of the Twin Cities
MINNEAPOLIS (The Borowitz Report) -- Making a joint appearance at a Tea Party rally in Minneapolis, former Alaska Gov.
DATELINE: MINNEAPOLIS In response to the surprising rise in juvenile delinquency among young girls, first offenders in one small, unnamed suburb of Minneapolis are being held for 4 hours every day, after school, in the empty monkey house of the local zoo.
First line: "MINNEAPOLIS STAR-TRIBUNE - June 11: Local barrister Nicholas Ward was arrested yesterday for releasing more than 100 live lobsters into the indoor pool at the mayor's mansion in Minneapolis."
April 13, 2006 -- MINNEAPOLIS - A Marine reservist returning home after eight months in Iraq was told he couldn't board a plane home to Minneapolis because his name appeared on a terrorist watch list.
MINNEAPOLIS - Don't have your tickets yet for "Wicked" at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis?
MINNEAPOLIS - A federal judge in Minneapolis has rejected a plea deal by Boston Scientific Corp. 's Guidant unit to pay $296 million in exchange for pleading guilty to charges it failed to properly disclose changes made to some implantable heart devices.
MINNEAPOLIS - Two boys are recovering after being shot on a Metro Transit bus in north Minneapolis.
MINNEAPOLIS - University of Minnesota officials say some construction projects on campus will impact traffic flow in and around the Minneapolis campus.
MINNEAPOLIS - Minneapolis home sellers are cutting prices more often than any other U.S.
MINNEAPOLIS - A former Minneapolis SWAT team member already indicted in the takeover-style armed robbery of a suburban bank is facing more charges in Dakota County.
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