heartland :

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  • n  the central region of a country or continent; especially a region that is important to a country or to a culture

  • Secretary of State Henry Kissinger calls it "the great heartland of America," and it can be anywherenorth, west or southjust as long as it is out of Washington and.
  • Deep in the rural heartland, a straightforward opinion written by a justice appointed by a conservative Republican governor methodically eviscerates one argument after .
  • With its robust, pious middle class, Konya is Turkey's heartland for religious politics, a movement which, should Turks vote as expected, will find voice when the Justice and .
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  • Barack Obama in Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
    In a campaign advertisement this year, Mr Obama described Mrs Dunham as the daughter of a Midwest oil company clerk who "taught me values straight from the Kansas heartland".
  • John McCain in International Herald Tribune
    We haven't convinced people that this is a rescue effort, not just for Wall Street but for Main Street America, for working families, for small businesses, the heartland of America - all over America,McCain said on "American Morning" on CNN....
  • Ann Romney in Washington Post
    We've come to recognize that this is the heartland,Ann Romney told a sea of supporters clad in yellow "Team Mitt" shirts. "We are doing this as a family."

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