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... Pueblo is the home to Colorado's largest single event, the Colorado State Fair, held annually in the late summer, and the largest parade, the state fair parade, as well ... have been held in Pueblo for twenty-three years, largest and premier street rod event in the region ...
... of 363,200 (June 2012 estimate), making it the second-largest in New Zealand, and the largest city in the South Island ... The Christchurch urban area is the second-largest in the country by population, after Auckland ...
... The largest cities of South Korea have self-governing status equivalent to that of provinces ... Seoul, the largest city and capital, is classified as a teukbyeolsi (Special City), while the next 6 largest cities (see the list below) are classified as gwangyeoksi (Metr ...
... Factbook, in 2011 Italy was the eighth-largest economy in the world, the fourth-largest in Europe and the third-largest in the Eurozone in terms of nominal GDP, and the tenth-largest economy in the ...
... It was the largest and most prosperous city in the Far East during the 1930s, and rapid re-development began in 1990s ... The three largest service industries are financial services, retail, and real estate ... China’s largest steelmaker Baosteel Group and Jiangnan Shipyard, one of China's oldest shipbuilders are both located in Shanghai ...
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“The debt was the most sacred obligation incurred during the war. It was by no means the largest in amount. We do not haggle with those who lent us money. We should not with those who gave health and blood and life. If doors are opened to fraud, contrive to close them. But dont deny the obligation, or scold at its performance.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“The eager fate which carried thee
Took the largest part of me:
For this losing is true dying;
This is lordly mans down-lying,
This his slow but sure reclining,
Star by star his world resigning.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The largest pond is as sensitive to atmospheric changes as the globule of mercury in its tube.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)