from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. southeast
- abbr. southeastern
- abbr. stock exchange
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Sweden.
- n. Sergipe, a state of Brazil.
- abbr. Abbreviation of southeast.
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3/Another missing fact … According to the SE Alaska Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (2007) Land ownership in SE is 95 percent federal, 2.4 percent Native corporations, 0.9 percent State of Alaska, and 0.05 percent other private.
Where is a good place in SE Minnesota to go Grouse hunting?
I used to live in SE PA and hunted Marsh Creek State Park near Exton quite a bit for stocked pheasants rabbits and ducks (especially).
(SE has a couple people who can uncritically appreciate Asian food but beyond that and the occasional commentary on Jewish and other old NYC food I would go so far as to say that SE is totally useless as a “review” site.) @stevenp — is Grand Burrito really all that?
The map was an amazing use of Google — I still think the concentration of tags in central SE is more of a reflection of the concentration of Twitterers and Social Media geeks, but the information was still valid, if anecdotal.
Do they have some sort of issue with the United Negro College Fund in SE DC?
The military had already been nominally desegragated by the time of Vietnam (although, it is worth noting, that some 40% or more of the combat troops in SE Asia were African-American, whereas their percentage of the American population is 10% or less).
Here in SE OK, the only thing we can use buckshot for is home defense.
Not sure what it was but just about everything but constrictors is poisonous in SE Asia.
I mean, the huge sex industry in SE Asia was in large part, I believe, expanded and driven by the wars there.