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Second, largest, personal lines insurer in the United States, Partner of the Southeastern Conference, Sponsor of the New Orleans Saints, Sixth, largest insurance group in the United States

Sarah Lawrence College

Sarah Lawrence College - Private, liberal, liberal arts College in the United States

Private, liberal, liberal arts College in the United States, Member of Skyline Conference, Private coeducation, Only, American College, Prestigious, residential, coeducational, liberal arts College, First, liberal arts College in the United States, Only, American one colleges, Promontory above the banks, Located PAC

Capital Airlines

Capital Airlines - Airline serving the eastern, southern, southeastern, midwestern United States

Airline serving the eastern, southern, southeastern, midwestern United States, Fifth, largest United States in 1950s, Domestic carrier

Jackson Hole Airport

Jackson Hole Airport - United States

United States, Public, only, commercial airport in the United States, Popular mating ground for the rare Sage Grouse

Massey Energy

Massey Energy - Coal extractor in the United States

Coal extractor in the United States, Fourth, largest coal company in the United States

Point Roberts, Washington

Point Roberts, Washington - Land exclave of the United States

Land exclave of the United States, Part of the U the United States, U, 4

Independent agencies of the United States government

Independent agencies of the United States government - Responsible consumer protection in the financial sector

Responsible consumer protection in the financial sector, Smaller One Executive Branch agencies, Responsible purchase, Responsible collection, Completion, United States, Federal agency, Independent, federal agency, Independent establishment of the United States, Economic, regulatory agency that Congress

Spanish Colonial Revival architecture

Spanish Colonial Revival architecture - United States

United States, Architectural, stylistic movement

Shani Davis

Shani Davis - Olympic champion speed skater from the United States

Olympic champion speed skater from the United States, Second World Allround Championship

Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup

Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup - First, national Cup competition in the United States

First, national Cup competition in the United States

Champlain Valley

Champlain Valley - Region of the United States

Region of the United States, Physiographic section of the larger Saint Lawrence Valley province

Penn Central Transportation Company

Penn Central Transportation Company - Bankrupt

Bankrupt, Largest corporation in the United States

Constitution Party (United States)

Constitution Party (United States) - National, political party in the United States

National, political party in the United States

Stephen Cambone

Stephen Cambone - First United States under Secretary

First United States under Secretary, Staff Director for the Commission

Arab American National Museum

Arab American National Museum - First, only museum in the United States

First, only museum in the United States, Part of the Smithsonian Affiliations, Annual film festival

Golden Gate National Cemetery

Golden Gate National Cemetery - United States

United States, National cemetery, Located city of San Bruno, Large one number of U

Central High School (Philadelphia)

Central High School (Philadelphia) - Second, oldest, public, high school in the United States

Second, oldest, public, high school in the United States

Republic Steel

Republic Steel - Third, largest steel producer in the United States

Third, largest steel producer in the United States, Subsidiary of Grupo Simec

BFGoodrich

BFGoodrich - American tire company

American tire company, Fruit, Only tire manufacturer in the United States

Charles Burke Elbrick

Charles Burke Elbrick - United States diplomat

United States diplomat, Career, Deputy assistant secretary of State from 1953 1957, Representative of the United States

Glucose syrup

Glucose syrup - Sugar

Sugar, Primary corn sweetener in the United States, Available, retail product

John Lott

John Lott - Chief economist at the United States

Chief economist at the United States, Resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute

Fort Pickens

Fort Pickens - Pentagonal, Historic United States

Pentagonal, Historic United States, Military fort

C. O. Brown Stadium

C. O. Brown Stadium - Baseball stadium in the United States

Baseball stadium in the United States, Former home of the Michigan Battle Cats

Norwegian Forest cat

Norwegian Forest cat - New breed of domestic cat in the United States

New breed of domestic cat in the United States, Adept climber, Author Claire Bessant, Social, adaptable cat, Popular Norway

Tour DuPont

Tour DuPont - Cycling stage race in the United States

Cycling stage race in the United States

Continental Navy

Continental Navy - Navy of the United States

Navy of the United States, First establishment

Vietnam War

Vietnam War - Major, political issue during the United States

Major, political issue during the United States

Gateway Arch

Gateway Arch - Monument in St

Monument in St, Tallest memorial in the United States

Haas School of Business

Haas School of Business - Third, collegiate Business school in the United States

Third, collegiate Business school in the United States

McHenry County, Illinois

McHenry County, Illinois - Populous county in the located U the United States

Populous county in the located U the United States, Scope of the Chicago media market

Merrimack River

Merrimack River - River in the northeastern United States

River in the northeastern United States, Important, regional focus in both New Hampshire, Manchester about 20 miles

Moses Brown School

Moses Brown School - First, athletic facility in the United States

First, athletic facility in the United States, Treasurer of the School Fund

Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani

Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani - Oldest monastery in the United States

Oldest monastery in the United States, Home of Trappist monk

Benjamin Stoddert Ewell

Benjamin Stoddert Ewell - United States

United States, Confederate army officer

Mount Angel Abbey

Mount Angel Abbey - Private, Roman, Catholic, seminary University

Private, Roman, Catholic, seminary University, Community, Small community, Collection of assorted artifacts, First, Catholic seminary in the western United States

University of New Orleans

University of New Orleans - Largest, metropolitan area in the United States

Largest, metropolitan area in the United States

Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building

Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building - United States

United States, Federal Government complex, Transition zone between the Central Business District

Interstate 74

Interstate 74 - 74 Interstate Highway in the midwestern, southeastern United States

74 Interstate Highway in the midwestern, southeastern United States

The Vandals

The Vandals - Punk rock band from the United States

Punk rock band from the United States

Alta Ski Area

Alta Ski Area - Ski area in the western United States

Ski area in the western United States, One places, Oldest one ski areas in the U, Process

Boston Beer Company

Boston Beer Company - Brewer

Brewer, Seventh, largest brewer in the United States, Aware trademark infringements, Process, Responsible compliance with the alcohol, Responsible payment of any additional fees, Compliance with all covenants, Samuel Adams Boston Lager in the 4, First, American brewer to use this practice

MGM Grand Las Vegas

MGM Grand Las Vegas - Hotel

Hotel, Casino, Largest, single hotel in the United States, Home base of David Whele, Many casinos

Ellen Swallow Richards

Ellen Swallow Richards - First woman in America

First woman in America, Industrial, environmental chemist in the United States, Author

Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium

Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium - Baseball stadium in Omaha

Baseball stadium in Omaha, Largest, minor league baseball stadium in the United States, Few one stadiums

Italian Americans

Italian Americans - Fourth, largest, European, ethnic group in the United States

Fourth, largest, European, ethnic group in the United States, Active, professional sports as players, Responsible, major breakthroughs in engineering

History of Ohio

History of Ohio - One instances

One instances, Key stop on the Underground Railroad, Microcosm of the United States

Dartmouth Outing Club

Dartmouth Outing Club - Oldest, largest, collegiate outing club in the United States

Oldest, largest, collegiate outing club in the United States

Eagle Mountain, Utah

Eagle Mountain, Utah - City in Utah County

City in Utah County, 10th, conservative city in the United States in 2015, Located, western, northern bases of the Lake Mountains, Located Alpine School District

Elizabeth Monroe

Elizabeth Monroe - First Lady of the United States

First Lady of the United States

Mennonite Church USA

Mennonite Church USA - Anabaptist Christian denomination in the United States

Anabaptist Christian denomination in the United States, Association of Mennonite congregations

World War I Victory Medal (United States)

World War I Victory Medal (United States) - Service Medal of the United States

Service Medal of the United States

Lumber River State Park

Lumber River State Park - North Carolina

North Carolina, United States, Only blackwater river in North Carolina, Fourth river in North Carolina

Oklahoma City National Memorial

Oklahoma City National Memorial - Memorial in the United States

Memorial in the United States, Located downtown Oklahoma City on the former site

David C. Geary

David C. Geary - United States

United States, Cognitive, developmental, evolutionary psychologist

Lincoln Square, Chicago

Lincoln Square, Chicago - Third, largest school district in the United States

Third, largest school district in the United States

Big Hole River

Big Hole River - Tributary of the Jefferson River

Tributary of the Jefferson River, Last habitat in the contiguous United States, Class

Capitol Air

Capitol Air - Charter airline in the United States

Charter airline in the United States

Varicella zoster virus

Varicella zoster virus - One eight herpesviruses

One eight herpesviruses, Severe, healthy adolescents, Safe, effective, healthy children than greater, equal 12 months, Contagious, Contagious, notifiable disease, Surveillance data, Notifiable disease in the United States, Notifiable disease

Christmas traditions

Christmas traditions - Koleduvane

Koleduvane, State holiday in India, National, official, statutory, secular holiday in Lebanon Mexico, Prepared celebration, Public holiday in Nigeria, Important day of Christmas, Days, Normal evening, Public holiday in South Korea, Public holiday in Singapore, Celebrated, festive holiday in the United States, Celebratory meal, Family, Public holiday in Colombia, Main event of the night, Popular, urban, middle class in the country, Uncommon parts of Newfoundland, Occasion, Rich traditions, Tradition from the Middle Ages, Pierogi

Fort Dearborn

Fort Dearborn - United States

United States

Capital punishment in the United States

Capital punishment in the United States - Legal penalty in the United States

Legal penalty in the United States, Controversial issue with many, prominent organizations, Only, Western country applying the death penalty, Typical, legal appeal, Notable issue during the presidential 1988 election, Child abducted, Firefighter, Peace officer, Sexual intercourse without consent, Practice, Prisoner, Frequent, conservative states, Place, Only two jurisdictions to retain the death penalty, Aware Walker

Orthodox Presbyterian Church

Orthodox Presbyterian Church - Confessional, Presbyterian denomination in the located, northern United States

Confessional, Presbyterian denomination in the located, northern United States, Member of a regional group, Pluralistic institution

Ravinia Festival

Ravinia Festival - Oldest, outdoor music festival in the United States

Oldest, outdoor music festival in the United States, Few one concert venues in the country

List of cities in Washington

List of cities in Washington - State in the located, Western United States

State in the located, Western United States, 10 9 cities with a population, Cities

South Florida

South Florida - Only region of the U the state

Only region of the U the state, Only part of the continental United States, Area of the country, South Florida rehab center, Liberal rest of the state

Wesleyan Church

Wesleyan Church - Holiness Protestant Christian denomination in the United States

Holiness Protestant Christian denomination in the United States, Denomination within the greater church, Part of the holiness movement, Body of believers, Official publication, Entire body of believers, Strong, missionary revival emphasis, Fishers

Prohibition Party

Prohibition Party - Political party in the United States

Political party in the United States, Integral part of the temperance movement

Ouachita National Forest

Ouachita National Forest - Oldest National Forest in the southern United States

Oldest National Forest in the southern United States, Located 13 counties in western, central Arkansas, Located Hot Springs

81st Infantry Division (United States)

81st Infantry Division (United States) - Infantry Division of the United States

Infantry Division of the United States

Interstate 79

Interstate 79 - 79 Interstate Highway in the eastern United States

79 Interstate Highway in the eastern United States

Denver metropolitan area

Denver metropolitan area - Central city of a conurbation region

Central city of a conurbation region, Part of the Front Range Urban Corridor, First, major city in the United States, Violation of multiple National Ambient Air Quality Standards

Indian Territory

Indian Territory - Part of the United States

Part of the United States, Located Central United States

Park Street Church

Park Street Church - Pastor

Pastor, International congregation with members, Third stop on the Freedom Trail, Tallest building in the United States

American Lung Association

American Lung Association - Voluntary, public health organization

Voluntary, public health organization, Oldest, voluntary, public health agency in the United States

Karl King

Karl King - United States March music bandmaster

United States March music bandmaster, American bandmaster, Composer, Instrumental passage of the Iowa Band Law

Sherwood Forest Plantation

Sherwood Forest Plantation - Located north bank of the James River

Located north bank of the James River, Only, private residence in the United States

National Security Medal

National Security Medal - Decoration of the United States

Decoration of the United States

American Saddlebred

American Saddlebred - Horse breed from the United States

Horse breed from the United States

USS Humphreys (DD-236)

USS Humphreys (DD-236) - San Diego

San Diego, San Diego, Influential, successful ship builder in the United States

Edward H. Levi

Edward H. Levi - First, Jewish Attorney General of the United States

First, Jewish Attorney General of the United States, American law professor, Academic leader, Former, federal judge, Renowned college

Homecoming

Homecoming - Annual tradition in the United States

Annual tradition in the United States

Lester R. Brown

Lester R. Brown - United States

United States, Environmental analyst

Fort Ontario

Fort Ontario - Historic fort

Historic fort, Several one forts, Only attempt by the United States

Charles Morris (naval officer)

Charles Morris (naval officer) - United States

United States, Naval officer, Onboard Constitution

John Burke (politician)

John Burke (politician) - American lawyer

American lawyer, Jurist, Treasurer of the United States from 1913 1921, Unsuccessful 1916 attempt

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Franklin D. Roosevelt - 32nd, American president

32nd, American president, Devoted stamp collector from the age, High school in the United States, Hero, Major minority groups, Energetic, efficient administrator, Daughter of Elliott Roosevelt

Antanas Smetona

Antanas Smetona - Important one Lithuania n

Important one Lithuania n, 8th nine children, Private individual in United States

Mare Island

Mare Island - Peninsula in the United States

Peninsula in the United States, Location of Touro University California

Military Assistance Advisory Group

Military Assistance Advisory Group - Designation for United States

Designation for United States

John N. Mitchell

John N. Mitchell - Attorney General of the United States

Attorney General of the United States, Associate in the law firm