presque

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  • Presque Isle was likely west of its current location when it first formed.
  • He arrived at Presque Isle to take command at the end of March.
  • Presque Isle typically has a slightly higher unemployment level when compared to the state average.
  • Presque Isle quickly became the most popular state park in Pennsylvania.
  • In fact, Presque Isle has been an island rather than a peninsula for brief periods.
  • As noted, the name presque-isle literally means "almost an island" in French.
  • Root moved away from his childhood home to Presque Isle while still in his adolescent years.
  • But for four years, no second assistant keeper was assigned to Presque Isle.
  • When the wind suddenly veered to the southeast they changed course to avoid Presque Isle.
  • "Were you not with the enemy during the attack on Fort Presque Isle?" Cited from At War with Pontiac, by Kirk Munroe and J. Finnemore
  • The community of Presque Isle is situated near the center of this peninsula.
  • In October 2001, the band released their first full album called La Vie presque.
  • The village was located in a natural harbour called Presque Harbour.
  • The Presque Isle Industrial Council was formed to develop an industrial park.
  • Presque Isle Park is Marquette's most popular park located on the north side of the city.
  • It is the most widely read newspaper in Presque Isle County.
  • Then they made Presque Isle, where there was much unloading, and some stores to be taken on board. Cited from A Little Girl in Old Detroit, by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • I fear you will find life at Presque Isle a deadly monotony. Cited from At War with Pontiac, by Kirk Munroe and J. Finnemore
  • Small light house on the SE side of Presque Isle in a boat launch along the multi-purpose trail.
  • The University of Maine at Presque Isle is located only six miles to the east of town.
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