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Minnesota,

32nd state admitted to the Union in 1858.
Minnesota Mechanical Ability Test - test developed in the 1920s at the University of Minnesota; subject is required to reassemble a mechanical object from its disassembled parts. Synonym(s): Heidbreder test
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Both public and private sectors acknowledge that the transformation currently underway in Minnesota will require conceptual and financial involvement of both sectors and will necessitate honest dialogue and realistic decision making by everyone.
It appears that state and national efforts in this aspect of guidance resulted in various professional groups taking a stand supporting elementary school counseling: the Minnesota PTA, 1968; National Elementary School Principals, 1978; and the Minnesota Board of Education, 1981.
While the Trojans seemed flustered and bothered, Minnesota was all smiles.
When Ventura announced his candidacy, his slogan was "Retaliate in '98," a sort of "up yours" to the Minnesota political establishment.
John Haygreen, former head of the forest-products department of the University of Minnesota, said, "The manufacture of most wood products no longer need be tied closely to the type of timber available.
USC beat Minnesota earlier this year although it went five games and that was in August.
Unlike that game - won by Minnesota and part of a nine-game Clippers losing streak - the Clippers asserted their dominance over a team that they should be able to handle.
As part of the introduction of My Healthy Smile, Fraser and Delta Dental of Minnesota will be hosting a panel discussion in February.
Hong Yang was director at the University of Minnesota China Center and served as adviser to University of Minnesota President, administrators, faculty, and staff.
The Minnesota Safety Council estimates that upgrading Minnesota's current seat belt law to universal standard could save more than 40 lives, prevent more than 700 injuries and save at least $128 million each year.
The Order also grants deferred accounting treatment for three MISO charge types that were determined to be administrative charges and therefore not currently recoverable through the Minnesota fuel clause.

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