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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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The paper noted that the Gopher State facility was housed in a revamped brewery by the Mississippi River and represented the first urban ethanol production facility in the U.S.
The 8-1-1 Gopher State One Call network is part of a coordinated nationwide underground utility location system that is set up for everyone's safety.
"We did not expect instant compliance, but we expect, without question, that the company will meet those targets," said assistant city attorney Eric Larson, noting that Gopher State has until May to meet the acceptable levels or face potential sanctions.
"We saw strong growth in export sales, expanded contract brewing operations and enhanced cost cutting measures that are the result of agreements with Gopher State Ethanol.
"We wanted to include as much of Minnesota as we could," explained the Gopher State's new first lady, Terry Ventura.
Minnesota homeowners and contractors who call 811 are connected to Gopher State One Call, the local center that notifies the appropriate utility companies of the caller s intent to dig.
Previously he served as director of the Minnesota Office of Pipeline Safety and on the board of directors of Gopher State (Minnesota) One-Call.
Most of the Gopher State's prime bear habitat (and quota areas) lies in the northern two-thirds of the state.
Expenses decreased in large part due to the sharing of costs and expenses by the Company with its unconsolidated subsidiary, Gopher State Ethanol, the company reported.
When calling 811, customers are connected to Gopher State One Call, which notifies the appropriate utility companies so professional locators can go to the digging site and mark the approximate locations of underground lines with flags, spray paint, or both.