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 n.— «He believes President Bush is the first sitting president to bring his own campaign to Duluth since Dwight Eisenhower. “People up here get tired of the ‘out’ terminology, as in ‘outstate.’ Being courted is always nice.”» —“Election 2004: Mining the Iron Range for votes” by Dane Smith Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) July 11, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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