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  2. Duluth, Minnesota - Wikipedia

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    In December 2006, Minnesota Power began purchasing all the energy generated from the new 50-MW Oliver Wind I Energy Center built by NextEra Resources near Center, N.D. In 2007, Minnesota Power entered into a second 25-year wind power purchase agreement with NextEra. A 48-MW facility was built adjacent to the initial Oliver County wind farm, and ...

  3. Ford Mustang I - Wikipedia

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    A lightweight and dimensionally small German Ford Cardinal 1,500 cc 60 degree V4 engine powered the Mustang I. The front-wheel-drive powertrain from Ford Germany's mainstream Cardinal/Taunus sedans was mounted directly behind the cockpit with the engine and 4-speed transmission in a common housing with an axle and conventional clutch.

  4. Religion in the United States - Wikipedia

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    However the native converts and a few priests remained behind, and Alaska still is represented. Most Eastern Orthodox Christians arrived in the contiguous United States as immigrants beginning in the late 19th century and throughout the 20th century. During the 19th century, two main branches of Eastern Christianity also arrived to America.

  5. Live from Here - Wikipedia

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    (1996), and Faith River (1996), Keillor's song Greenland Whale Fisheries (1996), traditional and other songs (e.g., by Bill Monroe and MacKenzie) including Stoney Lonesome, Mother the Queen of My Heart (1933), The Sweetest Gift A Mother's Smile, Don't this Road look Rough and Rocky, Wheel Hoss, and The Red River Valley (1879), as well as the ...

  6. List of VeggieTales videos - Wikipedia

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    The Girl Who Became Queen, Duke and the Great Pie War, Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Samson's Hairbrush, Minnesota Cuke and the Search for Noah's Umbrella, Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler, Rack, Shack and Benny, Dave and the Giant Pickle, Josh and the Big Wall!, The Ballad of Little Joe, Moe and the Big Exit, Tomato Sawyer and ...

  7. Alan Turing - Wikipedia

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    Oral history interview with Nicholas C. Metropolis, Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota. Metropolis was the first director of computing services at Los Alamos National Laboratory; topics include the relationship between Turing and John von Neumann; How Alan Turing Cracked The Enigma Code Imperial War Museums

  8. Honda CBX - Wikipedia

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    The Honda CBX sports motorcycle was manufactured by Honda from 1978 to 1982. With a 1047cc inline six-cylinder engine producing 105 bhp (78 kW), it was the flagship of the Honda range.