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30 definitions by The Midwestrn Soldier

A NFL football team that is based in Indianapolis, one of the nations largest and greatest cities. The Colts are also famous for they're beating the Green Bay Packers.
You know the Colts are a good team when they can defeat the Packers.
by The Midwestrn Soldier November 18, 2004
The largest city in Kentucky between Owensboro and Louisville, each of which are about 50 miles or so from this location. The city has a population of about 24,000 and consists of many fast-food and sit-down restaurants, shopping centers, and considerably-good schools.
Elizabethtown's nickname is E-town.
by The Midwestrn Soldier November 30, 2004
Another name synonymous with America or the United States.
The Union is comprised of over 280 million people and 50 states.
by The Midwestrn Soldier July 09, 2005
The tallest building in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is around 49 stories (or floors) high. The most interesting thing about the Carew Tower is that the Empire State Building in New York was modeled directly after the Carew Tower. The only difference is, the Carew Tower is brown, and the Empire State Building is gray and twice as tall. This large Cincinnati skyscraper features the American Flag on its top spire, and a shopping mall on its first two floors.
The Carew Tower was completed in 1931.
by The Midwestrn Soldier December 10, 2004
The very noticeable feature in the center of a person's face that enables one to have the sense of smell. When a person has a cold or allergies, this sloping facial structure usually gets the worst of it. Noses come in various shapes and sizes, some big or small, others fat or long and skinny.
I find girls with long noses to be attractive.
by The Midwestrn Soldier March 24, 2005
Having horrible coughing fits and spitting up a lot, thus contaminating whatever is in the way.
He was churning up a lot of pollution so I moved back a few yards.
by The Midwestrn Soldier February 14, 2005
A large, vast consolidated region that makes up almost 2/3 of the United States' total land area. It consists of the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

It's biggest cities, usually range on average from *200,000 to 500,000 people (*inside-city pop.; not metropolitan.) Though most of this huge land mass that includes 25 states is predominately White, Mid-America also is home to millions of Hispanics (especially Mexican), several million Blacks in the large urban centers, and many Native Americans in the western parts of Mid-America. This major portion of the country is mostly conservative, with a strong Republican political presence, though there are many Democrats and liberals as well. Christianity is very prominent and of great importance here.
Mid-America is a wonderful place to raise a family, make your career, and truly one of the greatest areas to live the American Dream. It is a very fine place to live.
by The Midwestrn Soldier February 02, 2005