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There are currently two Muslims in Congress: Rep. Andre Carson (D-Ind) elected in 2008 and Ellison.Are We Ready for a Muslim Pres?|Dean Obeidallah|February 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His “nose was always in the want ads,” finding it hard to land a job in Bedford, Ind., a small town of under 14,000.
Doyle had come from the Philippines to Fort Wayne, Ind., by way of Missouri and was cleaning houses for a living when she won.
Working the 4-to-midnight shift as a crane operator in Gary, Ind., Joe Jackson was determined that his five boys be successful.11 Juiciest Bits From ‘Untouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson’|Abby Haglage|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Well, what about the event Romney was supposed to have in Nawtreel, Ind.?Time to End the Media Fixation on Small Crowds at 2012 Campaign Events|Jesse Singal|May 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A terrible simoon of death from the rifles of the 200th Ind. struck down everything in and around the battery.
"They seem to have lost their appetite for close acquaintance with the 200th Ind.," remarked Shorty.
They had scarcely finished dinner-eating when the 200th Ind. was ordered to move over toward Stone River.
The 200th Ind. was too far away to have more than a spectacular interest in this tempestuous episode.
The 200th Ind. could scarcely drag one foot after another as it moved back to find a suitable camping-ground.