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Synonyms for Carolinas

the area of the states of North Carolina and South Carolina

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I had only an odd thought that she could not have had such a figure, nothing like it, when she was seventeen and wore snowy muslin dresses on the family plantation in South Carolina, in pre-abolition days.
He might have taken it to South Carolina," observed Clara.
If Governor Pownall had put it aboard the vessel in which he sailed for South Carolina, she would probably have lain wind-bound in Boston Harbor.
At the very close of the campaign they bethought themselves of the fact that the strike had been broken by Negroes, and so they sent for a South Carolina fire-eater, the "pitchfork senator," as he was called, a man who took off his coat when he talked to workingmen, and damned and swore like a Hessian.
Archer, summing it up as if she were pronouncing a diagnosis and prescribing a course of treatment, "is to go and live at Regina's little place in North Carolina.
Well, we came to the place in five days' sailing; I think they call it Philip's Point; and behold, when we came thither, the ship bound to Carolina was loaded and gone away but three days before.
I could not bear to be ignorant before a cultivated negro, the offspring of a South Carolina slave.
Let the point of extreme depression to which our national dignity and credit have sunk, let the inconveniences felt everywhere from a lax and ill administration of government, let the revolt of a part of the State of North Carolina, the late menacing disturbances in Pennsylvania, and the actual insurrections and rebellions in Massachusetts, declare -- !
Tom Fowler's Carolina Journeys: Exploring The Trails Of The Carolinas Both Real And Imagined is an engaging and rather unique compilation of commentaries on locations and landmarks of the Carolinas as observed by a Carolina expert with years of little-known knowledge enhancing the book as a greater map of the Carolinas then any other standard travel guide.
The Carolinas, however, lay directly in the storm's path.
Ashe, Cyclopedia of Eminent and Representative Men of the Carolinas of the Nineteenth Century (Madison, Wis.
Proceeds from House to Benefit the Carolinas ALS Center
5% for fiscal 2005 remains second to Carolinas HealthCare Systems (CHS) at 55.
Three North Carolina electric membership cooperatives announced today that they have signed long-term agreements with Duke Energy Carolinas to begin supplying a portion of their wholesale power resource needs effective September 1, 2006.
the leading provider of virtual microscopy systems worldwide, announces another successful deployment of a ScanScope(R) System, this one at Carolinas Pathology Group in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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