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Synonyms for Detroit

the largest city in Michigan and a major Great Lakes port

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Open Streets Detroit, free and open to all ages, is proposed to take place from noon to 5 p.
Among these are the Bibliography of Detroit History, Politics, and Culture that I developed and the Literary Map of Detroit, as well as reports, position papers, and articles covering issues affecting the city.
Several firms submitted proposals and, though Rhodes says Detroit Electrical's proposal was evaluated as the "best," the department selected another firm.
The third, and winner, came with an accidental assist from Detroit defenseman Danny Markov.
To be sure, Detroit has many of the trappings of wealth that come from sitting in the lap of the richest country in the world: an excellent freeway system, a sparkling riverfront, good sanitation.
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The proposal to create a business district for entrepreneurs of African descent has divided officials, residents and activists in Detroit, Michigan, a city whose population is 82 percent African-American, according to the 2000 Census.
Starting this summer, about 150 selected Detroit high school students will receive scholarships and loans to cover a five-year teacher preparation program at Michigan State before returning to Detroit schools as teachers.
The newspaper clippings in the Local Culture Pictorial Guide point to a precedent far doser to home: A clipping announcing the opening of a Warhol show at "The Gallery, on the seventh floor of Hudson's Downtown Detroit store" notes that "much of the inspiration for his earlier works came from such simple everyday items as newspaper pages, match covers, multiple images of glass labels, Coke bottles.
Where most studies of Arab America have focused on the immigration of Syrians to the United States during the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, Arab Detroit reveals the ways in which this landscape has been dramatically transformed by the arrival of Yemeni, Palestinian, Chaldean, Iraqi Shi'i and other immigrants from West Asia.
First, I will demonstrate how police regulated delinquency prior to their professionalization and the creation of juvenile courts--in this instance, in Detroit in the 1890s.
In the last of our three-part series, The Advocate found that Detroit, like many other cities, is not free from homophobia
Buck Hendrickson speaks for more than just the experience of Aero Detroit in Madison Heights, Mich.
Jamez, a seventeen-year-old from Los Angeles, spent three weeks this summer vacationing in an unusual spot - Detroit.