Deep South

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the southeastern region of the United States: South Carolina and Georgia and Alabama and Mississippi and Louisiana

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It's all about a large family that's being home schooled so it would suit it to be in America's Deep South.
It is clear why Thailand is pursuing this wall," Srisompop Jitpiromsri, a director of Deep South Watch, told Reuters.
Deep South plans to use the crane across a variety of sectors, including refining, chemical plant, and wind turbine erection.
In the event that Teck should decide to bring the property into commercial production, Teck will pay a production bonus to Deep South totaling US$1 million within 60 days of the completion date of the mine.
Food retailer Winn-Dixie Stores Inc (NASDAQ:WINN) on Wednesday disclosed the disposal transaction of its Deep South beverage manufacturing facility in Fitzgerald, Georgia, to complete its programme to sell all non-core manufacturing operations.
The primary epoxy used by Deep South was Progressive Epoxy's Wet Dry 700[TM], a Kevlar[TM] microfiber-reinforced, zero-VOC epoxy paste.
Beginning in July, 2003, Deep South Forest Products got employees to sign petition forms headed "We, the undersigned employees of Deep South Forest Products Co.
The political story, which was written in the 1960s and set in America's Deep South during the Depression.
Savage Range Systems has selected Deep South Outdoors to represent the company in eight southeastern states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Teenagers Scarlett Wrench and George Perez have drawn on the passion of Deep South soul for a rough rendering of classics such as Baby Please Don't Go, I Put A Spell On You and I Got My Mojo Working.
It's a laid back place, it's the South without being the Deep South (at least on the coast), and there's always killer shit to ride.
Zinn once explained to me that he learned the power of religious groups to fuel social change while teaching in the 1950s Deep South, where Black churches were centers of social and political activism.
The Last Harvest, Truck Farmers in the Deep South (University of Georgia Press, $32.
Lewis and the other African- American employees at Home Depot, I thought I had been transported to the Deep South 50 or 100 years ago,'' Piovia-Scott said.
The strategy has allowed the company to continue growing, most of all in Patagonia in Argentina's deep south, a geography it knows inside and out.