midwestern United States

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The Company operates processing facilities in the CanadianPrairies, American Midwest, the Pacific Northwest, and China.
Louis Theroux: Dark States BBC2, 9pm FACTUAL Milwaukee in the American midwest has spiralling gun crime and murder rates that are 12 times the national average.
The author includes historical anecdotes in the forms of pictures, quotations, and historical advertisements about pioneer life in the American Midwest at the turn of the century.
"Vacation on Location, Midwest: Explore the Sites Where Your Favorite Movies Were Filmed" is the perfect guidebook for planning trips to places in the American Midwest where movies were made.
The concert opened in a mood of American Midwest pioneering optimism with Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring ballet music, written during the latter part of the Second World War.
FILM American Honey (15) Star, an adolescent girl from a troubled home, runs away with a crew who drive across the American midwest selling door-to-door.
At 162 minutes, it is an ambitious but wildly satisfying road picture centring on Star (Sasha Lane), a free-spirited 18-year-old trailer park resident who leaves her troubled home in the American Midwest and hooks up with a traveling band of young people on the backroads of America who sell magazine subscriptions door to door.
Each summer, tour groups from as far away as Australia find their way to the American Midwest. Antique tractor shows, museums, private collections and historic manufacturing centers are key attractions.
Andrew Young's Unwanted resurrects a Gilded Age murder mystery, immersing audiences into the mental and emotional world of a hurting American Midwest, where stern public morality frequently contrasted with private behavior.
PARMA, OHIO * Interest in starting Byzantine Catholic communities in the American Midwest is sprouting.
Synopsis: Three cartoon animals live in a house together in the American Midwest. They get a job, get sick, and throw a party.
The chase began with the biggest storm of the 2016 season looming over the American Midwest, with a potential 95 million people in its path.
Author Donna Solecka Urbikas grew up as an ordinary baby boomer in the American Midwest, but her Polish-born mother and older half-sister had suffered a horrific ordeal as slave laborers in Siberia during World War II.
General readers will appreciate the broad treatment of how one crop helped shape the economy, land use, culture, and diet of the American Midwest and beyond.
Novelist Tony Ardizzone moves seamlessly between the pre-Vatican II American Midwest and Tofino, British Columbia of the late 1970s.
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