Deep South


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Deep South

the SE part of the US, esp South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana
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Deep South plans to use the crane across a variety of sectors, including refining, chemical plant, and wind turbine erection.
Founded in 1995, Deep South is an artist and business management firm, record label and talent agency.
In the event that Teck should decide to bring the property into commercial production, Teck will pay a production bonus to Deep South totaling US$1 million within 60 days of the completion date of the mine.
Using additional fillers and pigments in the epoxies, Deep South Divers were able to develop methods and procedures to replicate existing textured underwater surfaces.
Beginning in July, 2003, Deep South Forest Products got employees to sign petition forms headed "We, the undersigned employees of Deep South Forest Products Co.
Black Snake Moan is beautifully shot by cinematographer Amy Vincent whose work on Eve's Bayou proved she knew how to make the most of the rich light in the Deep South.
The strategy has allowed the company to continue growing, most of all in Patagonia in Argentina's deep south, a geography it knows inside and out.
The remaining Deep South states--Kentucky and Florida--are in the lowest quarter.
Stumbling upon the estate of Manderlay in the Deep South, Grace is shocked to learn slavery still exists.
They are the multitudes streaming away from the mainstream churches and joining startups modelled on those in America's deep south.
In the space of a few nighttime hours that March, a snowstorm unlike any other in recent memory dumped over a foot of snow in some I portions of the Deep South, paralyzing north Georgia, north Alabama, and much of Tennessee and the Carolinas.