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  • A city of central Georgia southeast of Atlanta. Settled in the early 1820s, it is a processing, industrial, and educational center in an extensive farm area. Population: 93,700.

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  • n. A dry white or red wine produced in France.
  • proper n. A city in the state of Georgia in the United States of America.


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From the area it is produced, around Mâcon, France. Entered English around 1863.

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Named for Nathaniel Macon.


  • MACON - On the eve of President Obama's visit to Macon, not everyone is rolling out the welcome mat.

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  • MACON - It was business as usual in Macon on Tuesday.

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  • MACON -- The Buford girls basketball team is one game away from a state title this afternoon in Macon.


  • MACON -- For Gainesville seniors George Manomano and Juwon Jeffries, their first trip to the state basketball Final Four in Macon was everything they thought it would be.


  • In Georgia, the state's Music Hall of Fame in Macon is in danger of closing because the host city is not a tourist destination.

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  • Wednesday Carnahan is scheduled to be with Obama when the president tours an ethanol plan in Macon, Missouri, as part of his "White House to Main Street" tour.

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  • Obama will tour a biorefining plant in Macon, Missouri, on Wednesday afternoon and talk with workers about economic issues, according to the White House.

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  • On the second day of his two-day swing through Iowa, Missouri and Illinois, Obama told workers at the POET Biorefining plant in Macon that their work creates a stronger economy for the nation and their own community.

    Obama tours, praises ethanol plant

  • The POET Biorefining plant in Macon produced its first ethanol in 2000, Obama noted.

    Obama tours, praises ethanol plant

  • Born in Macon, Georgia, this flamboyant American singer and pianist (real name Richard Wayne Penniman) whose hit songs of the mid-1950s were defining moments in the development of rock and roll.

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