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Twin Cities

plural noun

  1. the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis.


Twin Cities

  1. Nickname of Minneapolis and St. Paul , Minnesota .


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If Timberwolves fans embraced backup guard Tyus Jones for his Minnesota roots a few years ago, imagine the sentimental welcome that Suggs would receive during a Twin Cities return.

Conveniently enough, Republicans currently represent two suburban Twin Cities districts that voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 and are only getting more Democratic with time.

Target was established in 1962 by the Dayton brothers as a discount offshoot of their eponymous Twin Cities department store.

Twin Cities law enforcement accused Nienstedt of failing to cooperate with investigators.

More than half of the young Somali-Americans in the Twin Cities are unemployed.

Jamie Dettmer reports on whether they could be from the Twin Cities.

I live now in Minnesota, on four forested acres near the town of Northfield, outside the Twin Cities.

So this is the famous Budapest, is it, the twin cities of the blue Danube weve been hearing so much about?

By degrees they were now leaving the twin cities behind them, and the river began to appear more open and free to travel.

This plan was adopted and carried out on all the rail roads entering the Twin cities.

All freight through the Twin Cities handled by these roads, is interchanged at this point.

The dark deeds of treachery were now rife in many places especially in the Twin Cities.

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