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  • n. a town in northeastern Minnesota in the Mesabi Range

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Examples

  • Home-run king Roger Maris was born here before growing up in Fargo, N.D. Vincent Bugliosi, who prosecuted Charles Manson, called Hibbing home as did Gary Puckett, who went on to record a few hits with his band, the Union Gap.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • $80 million biomass operations then they will name Hibbing banker Marvin Vuicich.

    Mesabi Daily News

  • He cleverly pits the young Mr. Dylan's self-styled orphan-hobo persona against the real-life son of middle-class Jewish parents from Hibbing, Minn.

    Poet, Prophet and Puzzle

  • Folk IconThe man the world knows simply as Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman to middle class Jewish parents in Hibbing, Minnesota, on May 24, 1941.

    Iconic American Singer Marks 50th Anniversary

  • Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman and raised in Hibbing, a mining town in northern Minnesota, in a middle-class Jewish family.

    Peter Dreier: The Political Bob Dylan

  • At the time, he began weaving a myth about his past, including stories about being a circus hand and a carnival boy, having a rock band in Hibbing that performed on television, and running away from home and learning songs from black blues artists.

    Peter Dreier: The Political Bob Dylan

  • That Hibbing, Minn., native who was born Robert Allen Zimmerman but has been known as Bob Dylan since he first started performing in New York's Greenwich Village some 50 years ago -- and who has lived in Los Angeles probably longer than anywhere else -- turns 70 on May 24.

    Tom Teicholz: Happy Birthday, Bob Dylan!

  • As Hibbing and Theiss-Morse note, most Americans don't have terribly strong views on policy and figure people of good faith could fairly easily come to agreement on the nation's major problems.

    Americans don't like politics -- and that matters

  • In “Stealth Democracy,” political scientists John R. Hibbing and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse amass a lot of public-opinion data showing two things: First, as Jon Bernstein says above, most people do not pay much attention to American politics, and they do not want to pay much attention to American politics.

    Americans don't like politics -- and that matters

  • I went to Hibbing and filmed a scene for my movie outside his old high school.

    Have a great weekend (Jack Bog's Blog)

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