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1 She boxed letters and manuscripts for a library in Kansas that was willing to accept her father's papers.
2 son of a Wichita, Kansas, auto parts dealer, he was an Eagle Scout who dreamed of becoming a doctor—dissecting rats and cats in his parents' basement to get ready.
3 James , the mayor of Kansas City, says it's still not clear why the place wasnt' fully evacuated by the time went up .
4 His parents told me that he wasnt going to live, that any day he could just go, and I said to him: "Look, I am going to be coming to your town in Kansas to open my tour in three months.
5 We know that most of the time people enjoy watching movies - that's why they do it," said Richard Harris, Kansas State University professor of psychology.
6 They were all afraid of Jim; he was a drunkard, but he could twist the law to suit his client's needs as no other man in all western Kansas could do; and there were many who tried.
7 Her father had sold his pub and hoped to open a tobacconists' shop in Kansas City, Missouri, where his wife had relatives.
8 In Kansas City, another man stepped outside during the reading, escaping to get some air and fainted, splitting his lip on the sidewalk.
9 Kansas State, too, won't comment on disciplinary measures, but it has named a committee to draft a policy on dealing with fraud on the Toefl.
10 He returns to western Kansas each weekend, chatting with voters in shops and at church.
11 Some of the most culturally conservative states in the country, such as Kansas and Michigan, have female governors.
12 four states of Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Missouri make up the brass buckle on that tough but pliable leather belt.
13 Kansas vehicle license plate impaled on a tree after an EF5 tornado struck Greensburg, Kansas. Flying debris is the main cause of injuries and deaths in tornadoes.
14 A broken safety glass window frames a destroyed house after an EF5 tornado struck Greensburg, Kansas.
15 But Kansas, Tennessee, Wisconsin and, pending the Justice Department's approval, South Carolina and Texas will all probably have such laws in place in time for next year's presidential primaries.
16 From wrapping up his successful college career at Kansas State to playing for Team USA in the Seoul Olympics and getting drafted into the NBA, Richmond accomplished more that year than most ever do.
17 As we speak, cars in Boston and factories in Beijing are melting the ice caps in the Arctic, shrinking coastlines in the Atlantic, and bringing drought to farms from Kansas to Kenya.
18 LIVED IN the midst of the great Kansas prairies, with Uncle Henry, who was a farmer, and Aunt Em, who was the farmer's wife.
19 In most states candidates must tack to the centre in the general election. In Kansas this looks increasingly unnecessary.
20 Hallmark Cards of Kansas City, Mo., began mass producing valentines.
21 Once again, men from Missouri crossed the border into Kansas.
22 Yet there are few visible relics of of Capote's time in Kansas.
23 Kansas Coach Bill Self says the semifinal was almost like three games.
24 many Midwest states, people in Kansas and Nebraska tend to be very [supportive of] free trade, because exporting U.S. agricultural products is absolutely crucial to them," he said.
25 a Pullman, I have whirled through the gloomy, Godforsaken villages of Iowa and Kansas, and the malarious tidewater hamlets of Georgia.
26 Dr. John C. Hagan, III, a ophthalmologist in private practice in Kansas City, Mo. explains what he looks for when he examines his patients - and what you can look for on your own.
27 Kansas, Minnesota and Illinois also have pending legislation that would loosen smoking bans to allow for cigar bars, said Glynn Loope, executive director of cigar Rights of America.
28 A group of the townspeople stood on the station siding of a little Kansas town, awaiting the coming of the night train, which was already twenty minutes overdue.
29 The senator from Kansas told his wife, "The millions of men cursing me today will bless me tomorrow for having saved the country from the greatest threat it ever faced."
30 Doris Ganser has been doing both in Kansas City for 35 years.