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61. Atlanta Christian College: private Christian university located in the city of East Point in the state of Georgia.  
62. Augusta State University: A public university that is located in the city of Augusta, Georgia.  
63. Brewton-Parker College: private Southern Baptist college that is located in town of Mount Vernon, Georgia.  
64. Brenau University: a private women's university located in Gainesville, GA.  
65. Chattachoochee Technical College: a technical college that is located in the town of Marietta, Georgia.  
66. Christian College of Georgia: private Christian college that is located in Statham, Georgia.  
67. Clark Atlanta University: Private university located in Atlanta, Georgia.  
68. Clayton State University: a public university that is located in Morrow, Georgia.  
69. Columbia Theological Seminary: seminary that is located in the city of Decatur, Georgia.  
70. Columbus State University: public university that is located in the city of Columbus, Georgia.  
71. Covenant College: a private liberal arts college located in the scenic Lookout Mountain, Georgia.  
72. Dalton State College: a public college nestled in Dalton, Georgia.  
73. Darton College: a community college in Albany, Georgia.  
74. Emmanuel College: private college with a liberal arts focus located in Franklin Springs, Georgia.  
75. Kennesaw State University: a large public university that is located in the city of Kennesaw, Georgia.  
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Original nickname for the Syracuse University sports teams. No, it has nothing to do with crackers, but rather Syracuse's prominence in the salt trade. The Saltine Warriors then became the Orangemen, and then the more gender-neutral Orange.

1. Normally a small strip of land that separates two bodies of water, 'isthmus' often refers to the city of Madison itself, which is indeed an isthmus between Lakes Mendota and Monona. "The Isthmus" is also a local newspaper in Madison, Wisconsin.

2. A weekly Madison newspaper published on Thursdays. The paper includes local news, restaurant listings, movie times and reviews, a community guide, classifieds and personals. The paper is well-known for having a liberal slant.

Retrocession is the act of giving back land that was once granted. In the case of Washington, DC retrocession is the process of returning land to Virginia and Maryland after the creation of the federal District of Columbia in 1791 for our nation's capital.

Tacoma's claim to fame, caused by the gross, caustic fumes from the local paper mill. Although sulfur emissions have been greatly reduced, the Tacoma Aroma can still be smelled in the city, depending on which way the wind is blowing.

This is how a New Yorker might say "orange".