La Crosse

[n] - a town in western Wisconsin on the Mississippi River
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La Crosse

city, seat (1851) of La Crosse county, western Wisconsin, U.S. It lies along the Mississippi River at the influx of the La Crosse River, about 130 ...
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La Crosse

La Crosse (lu krôs) , city (1990 pop. 51,003), seat of La Crosse co., W Wis., at the foot of high bluffs on the Mississippi, where the La Crosse and Black rivers meet; inc. 1856. Metal products, machinery, building materials, apparel, transportation equipment, and foods and beverages are made ...
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La Crosse

[WI] Logo for the World Film Festival of Bangkok. This logo will be used to illustrate articles about the film festival. It is believed that such use is fair use and does not detract from the work of the festival organizers. ...
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La Crosse

[grape] La Crosse is a modern hybrid cultivar of wine grape, mostly grown in North America. It produces grapes suitable for making fruity white wines similar to Riesling or as a base for blended wines. The grapes also make a good seeded table grape for eating. It has the benefits of early ripening and when hardened properly in the fall it i...
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La Crosse

The white grape variety (even Elmer Swenson 294) is a new breed between interspecific (Minnesota 78 x Seibel 1000) x Seyval Blanc. The crossing of the hybrids was carried out in 1970 by the American breeder Elmer Swenson Elmer (1913-2004) on his farm in Wisconsin. The early ripening and to minus 25
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