United States of America

Want to known almost anything about the United States? This great country has something for everyone. Do you like nature? Try seeing the Old Faithful or hiking in the Sierra Nevada. Like amusement parks? Try visiting Cedar Point or Disney World. Like historic locations that shaped America? Try the Alamo or the Liberty Bell. Like to see some manmade wonders? Try the Golden Gate Bridge or the St. Louis Arch. Like Sports? Try the Dallas Cowboy Stadium or Madison Square Garden. What more can you ask from a country like the USA?

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How many people live in the town of Forks in Twilight?

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I don't have an exact answer but its a really small town where you have to drive a few miles to get to the nearest town. It can't have more then 250 people.

But according to a recent census, it has 3,120

How many athletes from the US participate in the Olympics?

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According to the United States Olympic Committee, the US sent 613 athletes to compete in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens and 211 athletes to compete in the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin.

Which state has the most licensed hunters per capita?

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Wyoming (59.7%)

Alaska (57.8%)

Montana (57.7%)

What was the original name of the City of Pittsburghh?

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The original name of Pittsburgh is Fort Duquesne. The current city of Pittsburgh is from the conglomeration of two towns, "Pittsburg" (without the 'h') and "Allegeny" (also without an 'h') just across the Allegheny River. Fort Duquesne was a Fench and Indian War outpost captured by George Washington in the aforementioned conflict renaming it "Fort Pitt" after the British Prime Minister of Lowland Scottish descent at the advice of Washington's Scottish aide-du-camp.

What is the most exclusive golf course that you can play?

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You can play pretty much every course that the PGA tour players play on, just not when they are there! Other than that, it all comes down to your preference! I would say Agusta National in Georgia

How many golf courses in Alaska?

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I have no idea. Maybe like 1 or 2.

What is an avid fisherman?

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A grandfather who loves to brave the tides despite poor weather conditions.

Where do the Phillies stay when playing in San Francisco?

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The 2009 Media Guide says the Westin Buckhead. No updates since then. Perhaps there's been trouble in the past?

Which state has the most NASCAR tracks?

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Currently at the Nascar Sprint Cup level, California, Florida and Virginia have the most tracks with 2 each. Florida has the Daytona International Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway. Virginia has the Martinsville Speedway and Richmond International Raceway. California has the Auto Club Speedway and Infineon Raceway.

What is the largest ski resort in the US?

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You can define largest in several ways: largest vertical drop, uphill lift capacity, highest elevation or most skiable acres (on 1 lift pass). I will rank the top 7 (because 2 on the list are on a combined lift pass) using the last method as it seems to be the best way to relay the largness of a resort, and I'll include other statistics.

1. Whistler Blackcomb (British Columbia, Canada) - 8,171 Acres - Highest Elevation 7,494 ft. - Vertical drop 5,200 ft.

2. Big Sly/Moonlight Basin (Montana, USA) - 5,512 Acres on a combined lift pass (Big Sky 3,812 ft./Moonlight Basin 1,700 ft.) - Highest Elevation 11,166 ft. - Vertical drop 4,350 ft.

3. Vail Resort (Colorado USA) - 5,289 Acres - Highest Elevation 11,570 ft. - Vertical Drop 3,450 ft.

4. Heavenly (California/Nevada, USA) - 4,800 Acres- Highest Elevation 10,067 ft. - Vertical Drop 3,500 ft.

5. Snowbird/Alta (Utah, USA) - 4,700 Acres on a combined lift pass (Snowbird 2,500 ft./Alta 2,200 ft.) - Highest Elevation 11,000 ft. - Vertical Drop 3,240 ft.

6. Lake Louise (Alberta, Canada) - 4,200 Acres - Highest Elevation 8,650 ft. - Vertical Drop 3,250 ft.

7. Squaw Valley (California, USA) - 4,000 Acres - Highest Elevation 9,050 ft. - Vertical Drop 2,850 ft.


Highest Vertical Drop - Revelstoke (Alberta, Canada) 5,620 ft.

Highest Ski Lift Elevation - Breckenridge (Colorado, USA) 12,840 ft.

Highest Resort Elevation - Silverton (Colorado, USA) 13,487 ft.

Highest Average Annual Snowfall - Mount Baker (Washington, USA) - 647 inches

* Powder Mountain in Utah lists over 7,000 Acres but this includes lifts, snowcats and back country access.

What state is Jacksonville in?

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27 states in the US have a city known as Jacksonville:


















South Carolina

North Carolina


West Virginia



New Jersey

New York



Who is the best online supplier for wholesale boutique baby clothes in the United States?

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FashionTIY is an online platform that provides wholesale clothing, accessories and other items, and they may offer some wholesale options for baby clothing. To learn about the latest wholesale baby clothing suppliers and options, we recommend that you visit their website and browse the product selection, or conduct an online search to find the latest suppliers and resources. At the same time, you can also consider cooperating with other online wholesale platforms, such as Alibaba, Amazon Wholesale, etc., to find baby clothing suppliers that suit your needs.

Who do you think this group of states is called the south west region?

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The South West region is a group of states in the United States that includes Arizona California Colorado Nevada New Mexico Oklahoma and Texas. The region is known for its unique culture and landscape with the Rocky Mountains and the Grand Canyon located in the area. This region is also known for its strong agricultural industry and its dry climate. In addition to being home to major cities such as Los Angeles Phoenix and Denver the South West region is also home to many Native American tribes making it a culturally diverse region.

How many cities named Tulsa?

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At least 1

Which of the bonds used to create nation-states are found in the US states?

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The bonds are History, language, Nationality, and Territory. Trust me this is right. I got it from my history book.

With the statement is true about energy consumption in the united states?

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Which of these statements is true about energy consumption in the United States? A+:)

Why did the cities in the united States grow rapidly in the decades following the civil war?

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The technological boom in the 19th century contributed to the growing industrial strength of the United States. The result was rapid Urbanization, or growth of cities mostly in the regions of the Northeast and Midwest.

How many states are in US'?

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There are fifty (50) states and Washington D.C.The last two states to join the Union were Alaska (49th) and Hawaii (50th). Both joined in 1959. Washington D.C. is a federal district under the authority of Congress. The local government is run by a mayor and 13 member city council.