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As newborns, they were placed in the same orphanage in Zhenjiang, in the southwestern end of Guangdong province.
On September 6, 1791, Robert Johnson, a tax collector, approached Pigeon Creek, an area along the Monongahela River in southwestern Pennsylvania.
In August, police in southwestern Switzerland found the remains of a German hiker who went missing three decades ago in the Hohlaub glacier.
His trip Wednesday to the state’s southwestern city of Springfield is expected to be the first of several stops around the country in the coming weeks, said the official, who asked not to be identified because the details were still under review.
Police and witnesses say that Mr. Mechkah used two knives to attack women in the center of Turku, a city of 180,000 in southwestern Finland, on Friday afternoon.
The system has more than 50 outpatient locations in Chicago's western and southwestern suburbs, according to its website.
Southwestern 9-4 Others receiving votes: South Warren, Whitley County, Highlands, Madison Southern, North Bullitt, North Laurel, Graves County, Dixie Heights, Harlan County, Anderson County, South Laurel.
Of course, all cod dishes are traditionally Portuguese, and as inhabitants of Portugal have migrated over the French border, the fish has become a staple of our southwestern cuisine.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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