Racine

[n] - French tragedian who based his works on Greek and Roman themes (1639-1699) 2. [n] - a city in southeastern Wisconsin on Lake Michigan south of Milwaukee
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Racine

Jean Racine noun French advocate of Jansenism; tragedian who based his works on Greek and Roman themes (1639-1699)
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Racine

[Casablanca] Racine is a quartier of Casablanca, Morocco. ...
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Racine

[CTA Blue Line station] ==History== The station opened on June 22, 1958 and is almost identical to every other station built in the median of the Eisenhower Expressway, including an island platform, a small station house on Racine`s and Loomis`s overpass containing only a ticket booth and turnstiles and a long, enclosed, sloping passageway/...
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Racine

[CTA Green Line station] ==Station layout== ==History== Racine was built in 1905–06 during the first years of the Englewood branch`s existence. The station was designed in the Greek revival style by architect Earl Nielson. The original station building and platform still remain at the site, as Racine has not undergone any major renovation...
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Racine

city, seat (1836) of Racine county, southeastern Wisconsin, U.S. It lies along Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Root River, about 25 miles (40 km) ...
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Racine

Racine (rusēn') , industrial city (1990 pop. 84,298), seat of Racine co., SE Wis., on Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the Root River; inc. 1848. It is a port of entry, and its manufactures include farm machinery, automobile parts, stitching machines, tools, corrugated containers, waxes and ...
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