Little Rock


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Little Rock

The capital and largest city of Arkansas, in the central part of the state on the Arkansas River. It became the territorial capital in 1821 and state capital in 1836.

Little Rock

n
(Placename) a city in central Arkansas, on the Arkansas River: state capital. Pop: 184 053 (2003 est)

Lit′tle Rock`


n.
the capital of Arkansas, in the central part, on the Arkansas River. 175,752.
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Noun1.Little Rock - the state capital and largest city of Arkansas in the central part of Arkansas on the Arkansas RiverLittle Rock - the state capital and largest city of Arkansas in the central part of Arkansas on the Arkansas River
Arkansas, Land of Opportunity, AR - a state in south central United States; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
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I showed this little rock, lost in the midst of the North Pacific, to my companions.
It was his little rock of safety in the midst of a surging ocean of West Australian sheep.
The disease attacked other parts of the earth; Europe shrank, Asia shrank, Africa and America shrank, until it seemed doubtful whether the ship would ever run against any of those wrinkled little rocks again.
She moved to Little Rock in 2016 to serve in her current position.
Louis has published its latest Little Rock Burgundy Book, a quarterly review of economic information for the Little Rock Zone of the Eighth District.
Inc., North Little Rock, Ark., is celebrating its 115th year in business, according to Harold Tenenbaum, company president.
OBY BERRY, a 27-year old high school math teacher and somewhat-leader of the Little Rock, Arkansas skateboard scene, was mostly responsible for making sure a good concrete company won the bid to build the new park in here.
University of Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas 15-16, 2005
[section] 1828(c)) (the "Bank Merger Act") to merge with Central Bank and Trust, Little Rock ("Central"); The Farmers & Merchant Bank, Prairie Grove ("F&M"); and Springdale Bank & Trust, Springdale ("Springdale"), all in Arkansas.
This thoughtful film chronicles the remarkable life of Minnijean Brown Trickey, one of the members of the famed "Little Rock Nine." In 1957 in Little Rock, Arkansas, nine black high-school students were escorted by U.S.
Orval Faubus' futile defiance of the federal government during the 1957 Little Rock Central High integration crisis shamed his native state before the nation and the world.
Washington's popular Up From Slavery, his friend and admirer in Little Rock, Arkansas, Mifflin Wistar Gibbs (1823-1915), published his autobiography under the title Shadow and Light.

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