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Worth, San Antonio—but also Orlando, Raleigh, Phoenix, and Charlotte.
In March 2011, Ali received an email invitation to attend an education conference in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The executives at Coastal Federal Credit Union in Raleigh, North Carolina, certainly believe in the technology.
"I'm really concerned by what's going on in Raleigh and by the attitudes of the legislature," Willey said.
Linda Willey and Deborah Johnson drove 200 miles from the Outer Banks to Raleigh Monday morning.
And holding her flowers with her left arm, she detached her right hand, and scribbled the name on the edge of the Raleigh paper.Horace Chase|Constance Fenimore Woolson
Mrs. Raleigh made no answer, but sat looking upon the floor.The Great Stone of Sardis|Frank R. Stockton
Then, three weeks later, if the docket permitted, he went on to Raleigh to hold court there for a few days.John Marshall and the Constitution|Edward S. Corwin
But it is not suggested that these two men, Bacon and Raleigh, might have written the book for which an author is wanted.The Shakespearean Myth|Appleton Morgan
But Raleigh was curiously misinformed himself regarding the ways and wishes of James.Raleigh|Edmund Gosse
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Word Origin and History for raleigh
city in North Carolina, U.S., founded 1792 and named for Sir Walter Raleigh (1552-1618).
Culture definitions for raleigh
State in the southeastern United States bordered by Virginia to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, South Carolina and Georgia to the south, and Tennessee to the west. Its capital is Raleigh, and its largest city is Charlotte.