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Minneapolis

an 87 miles (140 km) long American short line railroad connecting Minneapolis and Northfield, MinnesotaSource: Wikipedia

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Minneapolis

a city in Ottawa County, Kansas, United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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Minneapolis-Saint Paul also called Minneapolis

the most populous urban area in the state of Minnesota, United States, and is composed of 186 cities and townshipsSource: Wikipedia

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Hubert Humphrey also called served as mayor of Minneapolis

Vice President Hubert Humphrey, President Lyndon Johnson, and General Creighton Abrams in a Cabinet Room meeting in March 1968

Vice President Hubert Humphrey, President Lyndon Johnson, and General Creighton Abrams in a Cabinet Room meeting in March 1968Source: Wikipedia

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Minneapolis-Moline

a large tractor and machinery producer based in MinnesotaSource: Wikipedia

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Downtown Minneapolis Ballpark Station

a multi-modal commuter train and light rail station station that will be built by 2009, located in the vicinity of Downtown Minneapolis in Minnesota adjacent to the Minnesota Twins Target Field stadiumSource: Wikipedia

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Uptown also called Uptown Minneapolis

Businesses in Uptown include many restaurants, bars (such as the Uptown Bar and Cafe), book stores, music stores, cafés, clothing stores, furniture and housewares stores, two indie movie theaters, an improv comedy theater, and several specialty storSource: Wikipedia

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Twin Cities hip hop also called Minneapolis Rap

hip-hop or rap music that originates from the Twin Cities metropolitan area in the U.S. state of MinnesotaSource: Wikipedia

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Minneapolis Marines/Red Jackets

were an American football team that existed prior to the Minnesota Red Jackets and later the Minnesota VikingsSource: Wikipedia

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Minnesota Orchestra also called Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra

an American orchestra based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Emil Oberhoffer founded the orchestra in 1903 as the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, which gave its first performance on November 5 of that yearSource: Wikipedia

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Northern Lights Express also called Minneapolis/duluth corridor

a proposed passenger rail service between the Twin Cities and DuluthSource: Wikipedia

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Foshay Tower also called W Minneapolis

www.northpine.com/broadcast/index.html] All tenants with the exception of Keys Cafe on the first floor moved outSource: Wikipedia

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Arts in Minneapolis

Minneapolis is the largest city in the state of Minnesota in the United States, and the county seat of Hennepin CountySource: Wikipedia

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Minneapolis Streetcar System

a proposed streetcar system offered by the city of Minneapolis, MinnesotaSource: Wikipedia

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Minneapolis Domestic Violence Experiment

a study done in 1981-1982, led by Lawrence W. Sherman, to evaluate the effectiveness of various police responses to domestic violence calls in Minneapolis, MinnesotaSource: Wikipedia

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