Mackinac Bridge

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Noun1.Mackinac Bridge - a suspension bridge across the channel between the lower and upper peninsulas of MichiganMackinac Bridge - a suspension bridge across the channel between the lower and upper peninsulas of Michigan
Great Lakes State, Michigan, Wolverine State, MI - a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region
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Though ice stopped falling long enough for the Mackinac Bridge Authority (MBA) to reopen the bridge today, the remaining ice leaves open the possibility of additional closures in the days ahead.
Each Labor Day, tens of thousands of pedestrians from Michigan and beyond gather at the Straits of Mackinac to take part in one of the state's most significant annual events--The Mackinac Bridge Walk.
My resume includes the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan, the New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia, the Tappan Zee Bridge in New York, the Oakland Bay Bridge in California and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in Florida.
O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream has rolled out a new national marketing campaign that features Americans engaged in professions that require extensive and dexterous use of their hands--from Mackinac Bridge workers in Michigan to vet techs caring for livestock and family pets.
Nevertheless, we cross the Mackinac Bridge over the frozen straits, and drive farther north into the Upper Peninsula to a snow testing facility in Brimley, MI-not too far from where the Edmund Fitzgerald met its doom in Lake Superior when those "gales of November came early.
The bridge inspection team of the company performed successful inspections around the Mackinac Bridge that it had been contracted for, in mid-2012.
The company aims to gather 1,451 MINIs for the parade, which will cross Michigan's 26,372 feet long, 500 feet high, Mackinac Bridge.
Many have lived here for a lifetime without ever crossing the Mackinac Bridge to the Lower Peninsula, or finding it necessary even to contemplate it.
In 1957, the Mackinac Bridge opened and the ferry was discontinued.
A rare display of moving colors greeted motorists in northern Michigan last September, when more than 560 tractors crossed the Mackinac Bridge into Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
28: The five-mile Mackinac Bridge connects the two halves of which US state?
With a new fiber-optic path that spans Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the Mackinac Bridge, and the addition of new connections in St.