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A Place Name in All 50 States?

Is there a place name that exists in all 50 U.S. states? It depends on what you count as a city, town, or village-for example, whether a township name counts as a town and whether you'll count county names as well, as they also contain populations. Sources vary widely as to what is the most prolific place name throughout the United States.
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Huntington University Admissions

Huntington University Admissions Overview: Huntington University is not a highly selective school; 89% of applicants were admitted in 2016. Students will need to submit an application to the school online, along with scores from the SAT or ACT. Huntington accepts scores from both tests equally, with no preference for one over the other.
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What Is a Phoneme?

In linguistics, a phoneme is the smallest sound unit in a language that is capable of conveying a distinct meaning, such as the s of sing and the r of ring . Adjective: phonemic . Phonemes are language-specific. In other words, phonemes that are functionally distinct in English (for example, /b/ and /p/) may not be so in another language.
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Arabica Coffee Enjoyed Today and for the Past Few Millennia

The Arabica coffee bean is the Adam or Eve of all coffees, in that is likely the first type of coffee bean ever consumed. Arabica is by far the dominant bean used today, representing about 70 percent of global production. History of the Bean Its origins date back to about 1,000 BC in the highlands of the Kingdom of Kefa, which is present-day Ethiopia.
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What does a Supernova in a Distant Galaxy Look Like?

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…a massive star exploded. That cataclysm created an object called a supernova (similar to the one we call the Crab Nebula). At the time this ancient star died, own galaxy, the Milky Way, was just starting to form. The Sun didn't even exist yet. Nor did the planets.
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