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Moorhead

[ moor-hed, mawr-, mohr- ]

noun

  1. a city in W Minnesota.


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Huang told Moorhead a major focus would be bringing Arm’s expertise in energy efficiency to the data center.

Moorhead Kennedy was taken hostage in Iran in 1979 and watched the government crumble.

Of the bodies taken out near Moorhead fully three-fourths are women and the rest children.

Jonny Moorhead was a man of a kind heart and a pleasant fancy.

Arrived at the Moorhead Inn, they pushed open the garden gate, and stepped noiselessly across the sunlit lawn.

Moorhead & Wilson have very extensive clay works at Spring Mills, and manufacture terra-cotta for building purposes.

The same system was adopted at Moorhead, just across the river, where a stop was made for supper.

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