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Makrigiorgos’s score put Madison in control, and it went on to win, 54-48, in Vienna.Madison comes through in the clutch to reach Virginia Class 6 girls’ basketball final|Kyle Melnick|February 18, 2021|Washington Post
During winter, the Fish and Wildlife Service searches for male and female red wolves that can be paired together to breed, Madison noted.Wild red wolves hanging on but more cooperation needed to save the species|Ann Cameron Siegal|January 26, 2021|Washington Post
“Not surprisingly, the circuits that they’re looking at are remarkably similar to some of these processes in humans,” says Jules Panksepp, a social neuroscientist at the University of Wisconsin–Madison who was not part of the study.Mice may ‘catch’ each other’s pain — and pain relief|Carolyn Wilke|January 12, 2021|Science News
Madison arrived at Bladensburg and went a little too far, nearly riding into the British lines before reversing course and finding a spot to watch the suddenly erupting battle.
“Longer-term vacancies can sometimes snowball and have the effect of spreading and negatively impacting surrounding areas,” said Ben Zeller, a city planner for Madison.The death of the department store and the American middle class|Jason Del Rey|November 30, 2020|Vox
True, this may not be what James Madison had in mind when he was writing the Bill of Rights.Why We Stand With Charlie Hebdo—And You Should Too|John Avlon|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The owner of the original video of the “dead cops” chant told me it was taken on 32nd Street between 5th and Madison avenues.
But I rest my case with this fact: James Madison, Ben Franklin, and George Washington said so.
According to James Madison, there was “a considerable pause.”
As President, the Father of the Constitution James Madison drank a pint a day.
William Hendricks, for some time governor of Indiana, died at Madison, aged 67.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
In the same session, James Madison actively participated in a discussion concerning religious liberty and tolerance.
This clause was adopted, and James Madison for the first time attracted state-wide attention to his thinking and philosophy.
James Madison, a most profound student of government, is considered as the most influential member of the convention.
Although the President had to depart shortly afterwards, Dolly Madison stayed there for the duration of the war.
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Cultural definitions for Madison
Capital of Wisconsin.