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1 Zach's story is a unique one, not only because of what he's overcome in life but also because of his passion for Kentucky basketball, " Newton said.
2 You may rind McDonald´╝çs, Kentucky Fried Chicken, hainburger shops everywhere.
3 The next day, he is to travel to Fort Campbell in Kentucky to speak to troops returning from Afghanistan.
4 The programme employs about 40 "lay navigators" who work in the poorest parts of Kentucky helping people figure out what they need and how to get it.
5 Cassius Clay was born on Jan. 17, 1942, in racially segregated Louisville, Kentucky Though from a poor black family, he went on to become arguably1 the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time.
6 One courageous Methodist minister, Calvin Fairbank, was imprisoned for more than 17 years in Kentucky, where he kept a log of his beatings: 35,105 stripes with the whip.
7 The grassroots rightwing Tea Party established a beachhead in the Senate, with two of their favourites, the Republicans Rand Paul and Marco Rubio, winning Kentucky and Florida.
8 Extreme rain inundated Tennessee and Kentucky on May 1-2, 2010.
9 SpongeBob has even hawked Kentucky Fried Chicken.
10 I had recently heard someone use the word "poleaxed." that word made me think back to those years in Kentucky as a child-i don't know why, that was the thought.
11 House Republican leader John Boehner of Ohio and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky support extending tax cuts for everyone, including the top earners.
12 The Senate's top Republican, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky also appeared on Face the Nation.
13 This new proof-of-principle experiment should open the door for transgenic dog models of human disease, says team member CheMyong Ko of the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
14 The researchers intend to report as much to a forthcoming conference of the National Association for Surface Finishing in Louisville, Kentucky.
15 The next day we visited Columbus, Ohio's capital city, then made our way into Kentucky.
16 President for only 14 months before dying of a sudden stomach ailment in 1850, Taylor hailed from a plantation family that owned thousands of acres and hundreds of slaves in Kentucky.
17 The remaining states are likely to split fairly evenly, with Mrs Clinton taking Kentucky, West Virginia and Puerto Rico and Mr Obama taking Oregon, Montana, South Dakota and Guam.
18 Speaking to her supporters, Clinton celebrated her lopsided win in Kentucky and promised that she will stay in the race.
19 This is because the court's decision was based on lethal injections as administered in just one state, Kentucky.
20 fortunes for candidates favoured by the conservative tea-party movement. Marco Rubio was elected to the Senate in Florida, as was Rand Paul in Kentucky.
21 Akio Toyoda, Toyota's chief executive officer, himself pitched in to publicly present the new model and start production from the factory floor in Georgetown, Kentucky.
22 West Virginia, Kentucky, Arkansas, Indiana, Tennessee and Oklahoma, for example, are all states where fewer than 25 percent of residents have college degrees.
23 After its primary victories last week in Delaware and New york-following ones in Kentucky, Arizona, and alaska-we have no choice but to take the Tea Party seriously.
24 One of them is Heather Durham, a 14-year-old Kentucky fan with cystic fibrosis.
25 It was near dusk, and she and her husband, Steve, were trucking through northern Kentucky hauling auto parts from Louisville to Detroit for a freight company.
26 The UN refugee agency says the African refugees, who had been living in a camp in southern Chad, will be resettled in the U.S. States of Kentucky, Texas, Iowa and Utah.
27 When you think of fast food, big chains such as McDonalds, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, or Kentucky Fried Chicken usually come to mind.
28 Utah had the fewest smokers, at just 13 percent, while Kentucky and west Virginia tied for first place at 31 percent.
29 Burley tobacco, the kind grown by my great-grandmother Zelma in Kentucky, is harvested as a whole stalk cut at the base and then naturally air dried in the field or in a barn.
30 The East Kentucky Power Cooperative announced plans five years ago to build the 278-megawatt plant, and it obtained permits from the Kentucky Public Service Commission.