- a state in the SE United States. 51,609 sq. mi. (133,670 sq. km). Capital: Montgomery. Abbreviation: AL (for use with zip code), Ala.
- a river flowing SW from central Alabama to the Mobile River. 315 miles (505 km) long.
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Contemporary Examples of alabama
For their trip to New Orleans against Alabama, Ohio State is bringing in a cool $17 million.Is Any College Football Coach Worth $60 Million? Jim Harbaugh Is
December 20, 2014
South Carolina and Alabama courts have already ruled late-pregnancy substance abuse can be considered a form of child abuse.States Slap Pregnant Women With Harsher Jail Sentences
December 12, 2014
In Alabama, an arrested 19-year-old shoplifter got gangrene and died naked on the floor of a “medical observation cell.”Here’s a Reform Even the Koch Brothers and George Soros Can Agree On
November 10, 2014
Born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, Brown seems to believe that this is simply another example of a systemic overhaul.
Since the spill, the number of unemployed residents in Louisiana and Alabama has only increased.
Historical Examples of alabama
A gentleman from Alabama who walked in a presidential, but ran in a senatorial, race.Who Was Who: 5000 B. C. to Date
Alabama has an average of 35 per square mile; Georgia, 37; South Carolina, 44.The Negro Farmer
One of the most interesting of these meetings was the one held in Birmingham, Alabama.
By September, 1916, the movement in Alabama was well under way.
We convoyed to keep the Alabama, a Confederate privateer, away.
- a state of the southeastern US, on the Gulf of Mexico: consists of coastal and W lowlands crossed by the Tombigbee, Black Warrior, and Alabama Rivers, with parts of the Tennessee Valley and Cumberland Plateau in the north; noted for producing cotton and white marble. Capital: Montgomery. Pop: 4 500 752 (2003 est). Area: 131 333 sq km (50 708 sq miles)Abbreviation: Ala, (with zip code) AL
- a river in Alabama, flowing southwest to the Mobile and Tensaw Rivers. Length: 507 km (315 miles)
created and named as a U.S. territory 1817 by a division of Mississippi Territory; ultimately named for one of the native peoples who lived there, who speak Muskogean. Their name probably is from a Choctaw term meaning "plant-cutters."