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  • Someone incompetent or untalented in the specified area. 1923, Lincoln Star, Nebraska, March 1923: But [Jack] Dempsey against some palooka who had been
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  • the state. (US) IPA(key): /nɪ̈ˈbræskə/ Nebraska A state of the United States of America Capital: Lincoln; largest city: Omaha. Cornhusker State NE
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  • in honor of Abraham Lincoln. A brand of American automobile. An English breed of sheep. The capital city of the state of Nebraska in the United States
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: Nebraska Wikipedia Land of Lincoln An unofficial nickname for the state of Nebraska in the United States of America.
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  • Jackson (category en:Nebraska)
    A city in Michigan A city in Minnesota A city in Missouri A village in Nebraska A town in New Hampshire A town in New York A town in North Carolina A city
    4 KB (283 words) - 14:15, 24 January 2016
  • noise. the roar of a motorbike 1944, Ernie Pyle, Brave Men, University of Nebraska Press (2001), page 107: "Those lovely valleys and mountains were filled
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  • Slote, Virginia Faulkner, The Art of Willa Cather, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, ISBN 0803257945, page 198: Even though Miss Cather's father clearly
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  • bound to reply.‎ (with infinitive) Very likely (to). 1913, Joseph C. Lincoln, chapter 5, Mr. Pratt's Patients: When you're well enough off so's you
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  • Oxford 2003, p. 127: Still calling himself a Whig, Lincoln took the stump in behalf of anti-Nebraska candidates for the legislature, hoping that victory
    483 bytes (63 words) - 02:08, 21 January 2016
  • "Aeah. Why not? Born here. It's a right nice town 2004, Jon Sharpe, Nebraska nightmare: Well, that would be right neighborly of you, miss. 2005,
    41 KB (1,720 words) - 14:33, 31 January 2016
  • pipeline, trust expert's opinion", Daily Nebraskan (University of NebraskaLincoln), Volume 111, Issue 30, 30 September 2011, page 6: Nothing makes liberals
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  • ねぶらすかしゅう, romaji Neburasuka shū) Nebraska - a state of the United States of America. (Postal abbreviation NE), capital: Lincoln, largest city: Omaha.
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  • "Love the character, not the actor", Daily Nebraskan (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Volume 111, Issue 151, 11 June 2012, page 3: That wouldn't be so
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