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  1. United States - Wikipedia

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    Aside from web portals and search engines, the most popular websites are Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, eBay, Amazon, and Twitter. [502] More than 800 publications are produced in Spanish, the second most commonly used language in the United States behind English.

  2. États-Unis — Wikipédia

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    Les États-Unis, en forme longue les États-Unis d'Amérique ou ÉUA [N 1] (en anglais United States et United States of America, également connus sous les abréviations US et USA), sont un pays transcontinental dont la majorité du territoire se situe en Amérique du Nord.

  3. Place des États-Unis - Wikipedia

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    The Place des États-Unis (Square Thomas Jefferson) is the site of a monument to the American dentist, Horace Wells (1815–1848), who was a pioneer in the use of anesthesia. The monument was dedicated on 27 March 1910 during the tenth session of the FDI World Dental Federation, which was then known as the Fédération dentaire internationale.

    • 200 m (660 ft)
    • 16th
  4. The land area of the contiguous United States is 2,959,064 square miles (7,663,941 km 2).Alaska, separated from the contiguous United States by Canada, is the largest state at 663,268 square miles (1,717,856 km 2).

  5. Aux Etats-Unis - Wikipedia

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    Aux États-Unis went into business in 1845 at 229, rue Saint Honoré, in Paris, two doors down from Goyard. Owners. Rousselle and Gérard (1845-1890): Charles Étienne Rousselle is the founder and first owner of the brand. When he died, his widow ran the shop before she assigned the business to L. Gérard.

  6. Courrier des États-Unis - Wikipedia

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    The Courrier des Etats-Unis was a French language newspaper published by French emigrants in New York City. It was founded in 1828 by Félix Lacoste with the help of Joseph Bonaparte, who was living in New Jersey. The Courrier was the most famous French newspaper across North America, South America and the Caribbean. In 1850, it had more than 11,000 registered readers and was distributed from Quebec to Río de la Plata, and from New York to San Francisco. It also had readers in France.

    • U.S., North and South America
    • Félix Lacoste (founder)
  7. COVID-19 pandemic in the United States - Wikipedia

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    The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).As of October 2020, there were more than 8,200,000 cases and 220,000 COVID-19-related deaths in the U.S., representing 20% of the world's known COVID-19 deaths, and the most deaths of any country.

  8. Osteopathic medicine in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Osteopathic medicine is a branch of the medical profession in the United States.Osteopathic physicians are licensed to practice medicine and surgery in all 50 states and are recognized to varying degrees in 85 other countries.

  9. États-Unis Anmérikes — Wikipedia

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    Jografie. Chés Étots-Unis sont ène union éd 50 Étots. superfichie totale = 9 629 048 km² (rang = 4) pourchentache ieu = 2,20 % nombe éd gins = 305 683 227 (2009) (rang = 3)

  10. États des États-Unis — Wikipédia

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    Wikipedia® est une marque déposée de la Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., organisation de bienfaisance régie par le paragraphe 501(c)(3) du code fiscal des États-Unis. Politique de confidentialité À propos de Wikipédia