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Examples from the Web for alaska
Try Nebraska, South Dakota, Alaska, and Arkansas; what you might call a crimson tide.One of the Midterms’ Little-Noticed Big Losers: The NRA|Cliff Schecter|November 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ballot initiatives to raise the minimum wage passed in four states: Alaska, Arkansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota.
Oregon and Alaska, like Colorado and Washington, will try their hand at regulating weed like booze.
The next morning he was scheduled to leave his house at 4:30 a.m. to campaign in Alaska.Ted Cruz, Accused of Being ‘Sidelined’ for the Midterms, Shows Off Schedule|Tim Mak|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That ratio is more than 40 percent in the U.S. Senate races in Colorado, Alaska and Kentucky.Dark Money Will Decide Which Party Controls the Senate|Center for Public Integrity|October 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Here at Holkham Bay in 1876 began the first placer gold-mining in Alaska.America, Volume 6 (of 6)|Joel Cook
The climate of the interior of Alaska varies as much as any climate.Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled|Hudson Stuck
We can make them an honourable appendage to our nation; but Greenland, with your resources, might become another Alaska.'Ten Years Near the German Frontier|Maurice Francis Egan
This is one of the loveliest mornings I ever saw in Alaska; not a cloud or faintest hint of one in all the wide sky.Travels in Alaska|John Muir
When you're an engineer, you'll call me, and I'll come a-running up to Alaska.Free Air|Sinclair Lewis
British Dictionary definitions for alaska
Culture definitions for alaska
State in northwesternmost North America bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north; Yukon, Canada, to the east; the Pacific Ocean to the south; and the Bering Sea to the west. Its capital is Juneau, and its largest city is Anchorage.