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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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"This issue is deeply entrenched within the Somali Minnesotan community and general messages such as 'vaccines don't cause autism' haven't addressed many of the Somali Minnesotan parents' concerns."
What you might not expect, and I certainly didn't, is the often ludicrous behaviour that Minnesotans choose to blend with their stoicism and resolve.
studio pictures at the MWFF, Minnesotan Liza Davitch's Victory Square represents the beneath-the-radar movies the festival often gives a chance to.
It is also less ecological for the Minnesotan wood to be exported to Japan as chopsticks.
The driver's license belonging to Patrick Igo, a Minnesotan, had been revoked in the 1980s following drunk driving convictions.
The Minnesotan says she has felt the pain of people discounting one another's faith.
Moreover, Vaisman modified the installation to indulge an irrelevant observation about the supposed similarity between Venezuelan shanties and a type of Minnesotan architecture: this 1997 incarnation was dubbed Green on the Outside and Red on the Inside (My Parents' Closet) MN Ice Fishin' House Version.
The question is from one of two multiple-choice tests given to 99 Minnesotan ninth- through twelfth-graders as part of Economics Challenge 1991.
Widely admired for his civility and bipartisanship, he served in elective office for 46 consecutive years, longer than any other Minnesotan.
Washington, Dec 9 (ANI): Minnesotan Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has become the fifth Republican candidate to pull out of Donald Trump's proposed debate in Iowa, leaving the American businessman with only two attendees.
Cloud, Minn.) has done a superb job telling the story of the early history of Minnesota, from the first contact of the native Objibwe, Dakota, and Winnebago peoples with white explorers and trappers, to the US-Dakota War of 1862 and the obliteration of the Indian presence in the minds of white Minnesotan settlers.