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In 1972, Maine Sen. Edmund Muskie was the odds-on favorite to win the Democratic Presidential nomination.
Today, in contrast, if Grandma Maude starts one in Maine, Aunty Carol can directly help out from California.
Polls show that in Maine, Tea Party Gov. Paul LePage is poised to win reelection in a three-way contest.
Requests for additional comment from the Maine Centers for Disease Control were not returned.
“It is totally irrelevant to the race,” said Sandy Maisel, a professor of government at Colby College, in Waterville, Maine.
Besides, all sorts of roots that bring in good money are being dug every year throughout Maine.The Outdoor Chums in the Big Woods|Quincy Allen
With characteristic slowness, Stair proceeded to collect upon the Maine an army of 40,000 men.A History of England, Period III.|Rev. J. Franck Bright
This is not far from the size of the State of Maine, which contains 35,000.The Cathedral Towns and Intervening Places of England, Ireland and Scotland:|Thomas W. Silloway
A number of men are now making good money in the Maine woods by searching the brooks for fresh water clams.Motor Matt's Peril, or, Cast Away in the Bahamas|Stanley R. Matthews
When a child he was taken by his father to Maine, where he studied law, and in 1806 began to practise at Standish.
U.S. state, probably ultimately from French Maine, region in France (named for the river that runs through it, which has a name of Gaulish origin). The name was applied to that part of coastal North America by French explorers.
State in the northeastern United States; northernmost of the New England states. Bordered by Quebec, Canada, to the northwest; New Brunswick, Canada, to the northeast; the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast; and New Hampshire to the west. Its capital is Augusta, and Portland is its largest city.