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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of southern Minnesota on the Minnesota River south-southwest of Minneapolis. It was founded in 1852.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a town in southern Minnesota

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Examples

  • •The scene: Even without Favre here, the Vikings drew 3,000 fans to their first practice at Minnesota State University in Mankato, about one-and-a-half hours south of their training complex near Minneapolis.

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  • When I think of US darkness and anger, I think of the executions in Mankato, Minnesota.

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  • We also went to see Dave in Mankato where he grilled up some delicious fresh halibut that he caught while visiting Zac in Alaska.

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  • I was going to school in Mankato MN when we had a big outbreak.

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  • We also went to see Dave in Mankato where he grilled up some delicious fresh halibut that he caught while visiting Zac in Alaska.

    Before we left . . .

  • Mason, Shawn and I went to visit a friend's farm in Mankato on Saturday.

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  • Looks like this is still under consideration, so lets hope the folks in Mankato see the long-term “win-win” available to them with this plan.

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  • Voters in Mankato, Minn., and Appleton, Wis., will decide next week whether to repeal or weaken existing smoking bans.

    Smokers go back to ballot boxes in effort to light up again

  • Looks like this is still under consideration, so lets hope the folks in Mankato see the long-term “win-win” available to them with this plan.

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  • Her father, the smiling and shabby, the learned and teasingly kind, had come from Massachusetts, and through all her childhood he had been a judge in Mankato, which is not a prairie town, but in its garden-sheltered streets and aisles of elms is white and green New England reborn.

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