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To·pe·ka

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The capital of Kansas, in the northeast part of the state west of Kansas City. Founded in 1854, it became capital when Kansas was admitted to the Union in 1861.

Topeka

(təˈpiːkə)
n
(Placename) a city in E central Kansas, capital of the state, on the Kansas River: university (1865). Pop: 122 008 (2003 est)

To•pe•ka

(təˈpi kə)

n.
the capital of Kansas, in the NE part, on the Kansas River. 119,658.
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Noun1.Topeka - the capital of the state of KansasTopeka - the capital of the state of Kansas; located in eastern Kansas on the Kansas river
Kansas, KS, Sunflower State - a state in midwestern United States
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Manning was born in Topeka, Kansas in 1929 and was the proud mother of Glenn Manning, Debbie Guyle, Steven Putnam, Cheryl Mayfield, and Ron Putnam.
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Until then, the location might as well be Topeka, Kansas, considering what minimal advantage this modern-day fairy tale takes of its environs, delivering instead an almost clinical observation of the frequent-flyer life through the eyes of an American businessman and the bird-brained French maid with whom he seems destined to fall in love.
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But when the case came to court the judge in Topeka, Kansas, dismissed it.
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Naumann of Topeka, Kansas followed the instruction of the Pope and cautioned Catholic governor Kathleen Sebelius to refrain from Holy Communion until "she takes the necessary steps for amendment of her life which would include a public repudiation of her previous efforts and actions in support of laws and policies sanctioning abortion.