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  2. Michigan Central Station - Wikipedia

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    Michigan Central Station (also known as Michigan Central Depot or MCS) is the historic former main intercity passenger rail station in Detroit, Michigan.Built for the Michigan Central Railroad, it replaced the original depot in downtown Detroit, which was shuttered after a major fire on December 26, 1913, forcing the still unfinished station into early service.

  3. National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program - Wikipedia

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    Michigan Space Grant Consortium ... Jackson State University; Jones County Junior College; ... New Jersey City University;

  4. Grosse Pointe South High School - Wikipedia

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    In 2010, Newsweek ranked Grosse Pointe South 920th nationally (fifth in Michigan). Martin Luther King Jr. visit and speech. Grosse Pointe High School hosted a speech by Martin Luther King Jr. on March 14, 1968, when 2,700 people gathered in the gymnasium to hear a speech entitled "The Other America" three weeks before his assassination.

  5. Washington metropolitan area - Wikipedia

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    The region's three largest cities are the federal city of Washington, D.C., the county (and census-designated place) of Arlington, and the independent city of Alexandria. The Office of Management and Budget also includes the metropolitan statistical area as part of the larger Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area , which has a population of ...

  6. Loveland, Ohio - Wikipedia

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    Loveland is a city in Hamilton, Clermont, and Warren counties in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Ohio.Considered part of the Greater Cincinnati area, Loveland is located near exit 52 off Interstate 275, about 15 miles (24 km) northeast of the Cincinnati city limits.

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    New is an adjective referring to something recently made, discovered, or created.. New or NEW may refer to:

  8. University of Michigan - Wikipedia

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    The University of Michigan (U-M, UMich, or Michigan) is a public research university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Founded in 1817 by an act of the old Michigan Territory , as the Catholepistemiad , or the University of Michigania , 20 years before the territory became a state, the university is Michigan 's oldest.

  9. Louisville, Kentucky - Wikipedia

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    Due to the city-county merger that occurred in 2003, which expanded the city limits, the city's population increased to 597,337 at the 2010 census count. Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky, with 17.1% of the state's total population as of 2010; the balance's percentage was 13.8%.