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I·tas·ca

 (ī-tăs′kə)
A lake of northwest Minnesota. It was identified in 1832 as the source of the Mississippi River.

I•tas•ca

(aɪˈtæs kə)

n.
Lake, a lake in N Minnesota: one of the sources of the Mississippi River.
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The tasters sipped two versions of Itasca, released last April by the University of Minnesota, and four of Petite Pearl, a 2009 release from Hugo, Minn.
The head office of Itasca is located at Suite 2900, 595 Burrard Street, Vancouver, British Columbia.
based Wegmans is in the process of bringing the Itasca Magic Inventory Management Solution to all 88 of its stores and in most major departments.
Concentric AB (STO:COIC) announcedon Thursday that it has appointed Mark Rimkus as vice president Sales at its plant in Itasca Illinois, which manufactures oil, coolant and fuel pumps for the truck, bus and off-highway sectors, mostly in the US.
15-17--ECRM: Convenience, Westin Chicago Northwest, Itasca, III.
The company said that it has selected Itasca to build a USD95m 304,000-square-foot operations centre.
based Garlic Research Labs--has been tested against mosquitoes with some success by public works agencies in New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and other states, and Itasca officials are hoping the aromatic herb proves lucky for them.
His plan was to use celestial navigation to keep the flight on course until it was within range of Itasca.
In the Paw Print Press, birth and wedding announcements, obituaries, City Council meetings, the police blotter and local features share space alongside articles about Itasca High School athletics, school cafeteria menus and honor roll lists.
When residents of the tiny Texas town of Itasca want to read about local events, they turn to their local newspaper -- the Itasca High School Paw Print Press.
Purchase Will Integrate KUBRIX Software into Itasca Products and Services to Benefit Clients and Promote Expansion into New Markets
The McTeacher's Night was courtesy of the Itasca McDonald's owner/operators, Jan and Ray Nelson.