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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 51st_state51st state - Wikipedia

    Established by the American Colonization Society in 1822 as a home for freed Black American slaves, Liberia’s capital - Monrovia - was named after James Monroe, the fifth president of the U.S. Liberia has long been regarded as a "mini-America" on the West African coast due to the fact that its people speak English, use U.S. customary units ...

  2. List of newspapers serving cities over 100,000 in the United States; List of weekly newspapers in the United States; By specialty. List of African-American newspapers in the United States; English-language press of the Socialist Party of America; List of alternative weekly newspapers in the United States; List of business newspapers in the ...

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    Most commonly known as tostones, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Cuba, Honduras and Venezuela, they are also known as tachinos or chatinos (Cuba), platano frito or frito verde (Dominican Republic), bannann peze , patacones (in Panama, Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, and Ecuador) and, sometimes, patacón pisao in Colombia.

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