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Everyone Who Wants To Destroy ISIS Needs To Know One Hard Truth: 

Given the momentum that ISIS has built over the past two years in Syria and Iraq, it will be very difficult to dislodge them from the region. To actually do it will require a full-scale war.

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Everyone Who Wants To Destroy ISIS Needs To Know One Hard Truth:

Given the momentum that ISIS has built over the past two years in Syria and Iraq, it will be very difficult to dislodge them from the region. To actually do it will require a full-scale war.

The indigenous peoples and languages of Alaska

The indigenous peoples and languages of Alaska

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Hello. I might have a tricky ask. I was wondering if perhaps you’ve seen a alternate universe map of North America in which Canada and Mexico share control. England never lost her thirteen colonies and extended to the Louisiana Purchase, while Mexico kept it’s northern half and rose up to include the Pacific Northwest and east towards either Montana or the Dakotas and down south through Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, etc. Canada would have Alaska and Mexico Central America.

Just wondering if perhaps you know of a map similar to that. Have a pleasant day!

Distribution/Regional Term for drive-through liquor stores in the U.S.

Distribution/Regional Term for drive-through liquor stores in the U.S.

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The Northeast Megalopolis - Home to 17% of the US Population
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The Northeast Megalopolis is the most heavily urbanized region of the United States, running primarily northeast to southwest from the northern suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts, to the southern suburbs of Washington, DC in Northern Virginia. It includes the major cities of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC, along with their metropolitan areas and suburbs as well as many smaller urban centers.
As of the year 2000, the region supported 49.6 million people, about 17% of the US population on less than 2% of the nation’s land area, with a population density of 931.3 people per square mile (359.6 people/km2), compared to the US average of 80.5 per square mile 2[2] (31 people/km2)

The Northeast Megalopolis - Home to 17% of the US Population

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Motor traffic vehicle related death rates exceeded suicides rates from 1979 to 2008 in most US states, but that has shifted.

Motor traffic vehicle related death rates exceeded suicides rates from 1979 to 2008 in most US states, but that has shifted.

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