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61. Fort Western: Fort Western is recognized as the oldest wooden fort in the County. The Fort was built in 1754. It was used as a ...  
62. Pine State Arboretum: Pine State Arboretum is now called the Viles Arboretum. Open 7 days a week, dawn until dusk. It is currently compo...  
63. Rebecca's Restrant: Rebecca's Restraunt is located on Eastern Avenue in Augusta. It has a family atmosphere, people are happy and you ...  
64. Maine Business Center: Virtual Receptionist , Business Services , Small Business Services, Appointment Scheduling, Small Business Live Ans...
65. Black Bear Graphics: Not wanting to indulge in anything of the kind that is not suitable for the customers, at Black Bear Graphics in Fa...
66. Summit Investor Coach, LLC: Summit Investor Coach, LLC
67. Micmac Farm Guesthouses and Gardner House: Hotel, Motel, Cottages, Family Vacations, Places To Stay, Bed And Breakfast, Lodging, Inn, Cabins, Weekend Getaway  
68. Micmac Farm Guesthouses and Gardner House: Hotel, Motel, Cottages, Family Vacations, Places To Stay, Bed And Breakfast, Lodging, Inn, Cabins, Weekend Getaway
69. Law Offices of Stephen C. Packard: Having the sword, they know how to swing and protect their client's right, at Law Offices of Stephen C. Packard in ...
 
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Big Papi is the nickname for superstar DH for the Red Sox, David Ortiz. Big Papi has been a media darling in Boston, as he has always been much friendlier than unpredictable long-time teammate, Manny Ramirez, who is now with the Dodgers. Ortiz is a native of the Dominican Republic.

A drinking fountain, or bubbler if you will.

A popular--and relatively new--nickname for the city of Houston, which refers to “chopped and screwed,” an authentically Houston style of music.

An act first practiced at Brookfield Central High School in the mid-1990s. Several students from the Milwaukee suburb of Brookfield, being of a gentle disposition, sought a safer and more sanitary form of humiliation than the traditional swirlie, which involves holding someone's head in a toilet and then flushing....

The infamous NYC street vendor hot dog, generally Sabrett's brand shoved haphazardly into a soggy bun and topped with a variety of gloppy condiments. The consumption of this NYC grab-and-go staple is almost an urban rite of passage and the Manhattan version of Russian Roulette.