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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river rising in southeast Wisconsin and flowing about 354 km (220 mi) south-southwest to the Illinois River in northeast Illinois.
  • A river of central and eastern Wisconsin flowing about 282 km (175 mi) generally northeastward through Lake Winnebago and into Green Bay.

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  • In Laghman province, another Taliban attack on a police convoy late Friday killed two police, including the police chief of Qarghayi district, said Hadayutullah Qalanderzai, Laghman's deputy provincial gov

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  • Laghman's provincial capital is Muhtarlam City and it has 4 other districts namely

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  • "We strongly condemn it and want an end to it (civilian casualties)," he told reporters in Mehtar Lam, Laghman's provincial capital, where the protest was held.

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  • In Laghman's capital, hundreds of protesters demanded an end to overnight raids.

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  • In Laghman's capital, hundreds of angry demonstrators denounced the U.S. military Sunday and demanded an end to overnight raids.

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  • Laghman's governor, Latifullah Mashal, called for more U.S.

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  • "We strongly condemn it and want an end to it (civilian casualties)", he told reporters in Mehtar Lam, Laghman's provincial capital, where the protest was held.

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  • However, Sayed Ahmad Safi, the spokesman for Laghman's governor, said that government intelligence reports indicated 11 of the dead were civilians, including three children and two females.

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  • The statement also said that by arresting the group, the agency foiled an attack on Laghman's governor because the group planned to target the provincial headquarters with a truck loaded with 2,500 kilograms of explosives.

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  • Hajji Hakimullah, a 38-year-old shop owner in Laghman's central city, Mehtar Lam, said he celebrated when the Taliban was ousted in 2001 because he believed the movement's extremist ideology was sending the country backward at a time when it should have been modernizing.

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