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Georgia may refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ...

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In entertainment: Motto (Georgian) Strength is in Unity Anthem Tavisupleba Freedom Capital (and largest city) Tbilisi Official languages Georgian1 Demonym Georgian Government Semi-presidential unitary republic  -  President Mikheil Saakashvili  -  Prime Minister Zurab Noghaideli Consolidation  -  Georgian kingdoms of Colchis and Iberia c. ... State motto: პროლეტარ ყველა ქვეყნისა, შეერთდით! Official language Georgian since 1978 Capital Tbilisi Chairman of the Supreme Council Zviad Gamsakhurdia (at independence) Established In the USSR:  - Since  - Until February 25, 1921 December 30, 1922 April 9, 1991 Area  - Total  - % water Ranked 10th in former Soviet Union 69,700 km² -- Population  - Total (1989)  - Density Ranked... Anthem: Dideba Zetsit Kurtheuls (Praise Be To The Heavenly Bestower of Blessings) Map of the Democratic Republic of Georgia from November 1918 to May 1920. ... Official language(s) English Capital Atlanta Largest city Atlanta Largest metro area Atlanta metro area Area  Ranked 24th  - Total 59,411 sq mi (154,077 km²)  - Width 230 miles (370 km)  - Length 298 miles (480 km)  - % water 2. ... Savannah, Georgia colony, Early 1700s The Province of Georgia (also Georgia Colony) was one of the Southern colonies in British North America. ... Motto Leo Terram Propriam Protegat(Latin) Let the Lion protect his own land or May the Lion protect his own land Anthem God Save the Queen Capital Grytviken (King Edward Point) Official languages English Government British overseas territory  -  Head of State Queen Elizabeth II  -  Commissioner Alan Huckle Area  -  Total 3... Strait of Georgia at sunset The Strait of Georgia (also known as Georgia Strait and the Gulf of Georgia) is a 240 km (150 mi)-long strait between Vancouver Island (as well as its nearby Gulf Islands) and the mainland Pacific coast of British Columbia, Canada. ... Georgia, Vermont Georgia is a town located in Franklin County, Vermont. ... Categories: Oceania geography stubs | Solomon Islands ...

Georgia, a female given name derived from the Greek for "farmer", may refer to: Georgia on My Mind is a song written in 1930 by Stuart Gorrell (lyrics) and Hoagy Carmichael (music). ... Georgia is a single by Atlanta based rapper Ludacris and southern hip hop duo Field Mob. ... Hanson may refer to: Hanson (band), American pop band Hanson plc, British international building materials company Hanson Records, former recording label Hanson Baronets, either of two baronetcies in the United Kingdom Hanson Bay, in the Chatham Islands Hanson Brothers, ice hockey playing siblings from the 1977 movie Slap Shot The... The Walk is the title of more than one song: The Walk (Eurythmics song), a 1982 song by Eurythmics The Walk (The Time song), a 1982 song by The Time The Walk (The Cure song), a 1983 song by The Cure The Walk, a 2007 album by Hanson Category: ... The Devil Went Down to Georgia is a country song written and performed by the Charlie Daniels Band and released on their 1979 [1] album Million Mile Reflections. ... Why Georgia is the third single released by John Mayer from his first album Room for Squares. ... Georgia is a 1988 Australian thriller film directed by Ben Lewin starring Judy Davis and John Bach. ... Georgia is a 1995 American independent movie starring Jennifer Jason Leigh and Mare Winningham. ...

Georgia may also refer to: Saint Georgia (d. ... Cover of 2003 rerelease of two 1963 albums - Georgia Brown and Georgia Brown sings Gershwin. ... Georgia Brown is a Brazilian pop singer notable for her extensive vocal range. ... Georgia Brown (born August 2004) is a British child prodigy whose IQ score at the age of two is recorded as 152 according to the standard Stamford-Binet intelligence scale test. ... Georgia Tottoeanocomita OKeeffe (November 15, 1887—March 6, 1986) was an American artist. ...

Two ships of the United States Navy (and two of the Confederate States Navy) have been named USS Georgia and CSS Georgia in honor of the fourth state. ... A sample of the Georgia typeface. ... Georgia Coffee, in the Mocha Kilimanjaro and Original blends. ... The University of Georgia (UGA) is the largest institution of higher learning in the U.S. state of Georgia. ... University of Georgia athletics logo The University of Georgia (UGA) has one of the nations top athletic programs, competing in the Southeastern Conference. ...

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Georgia still has slaves. Image File history File links Disambig_gray. ...

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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Georgia (3133 words)
Georgia is likewise remarkable for the extent and variety of its woodland, its pine being world-famous.
Georgia served by waiting, and when at last Washington could assign Greene and Lee to the army of the South, the recapture of Savannah followed closely upon that of Atlanta, and the last British post had been abandoned in the colony before the surrender at Yorktown.
There are three Catholic colleges in Georgia with 342 students: the College of Marist Fathers at Atlanta, the College of the Sacred Heart at Augusta, and St. Stanislaus Novitiate of the Society of Jesus at Macon.
The New Georgia Encyclopedia: SLGN Notes (618 words)
Called the New Georgia Encyclopedia, it is a "work in progress" that exists entirely online now, although it was originally proposed as both a traditional print and electronic publication.
A history professor from the University of Georgia is editor, and each section is edited by a topic specialist, according to a September 2000 article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
This will be a fine resource for Georgia students, teachers or anyone doing research on the state, but also for newcomers or visitors to the state who want to acquire some background, to writers needing to check out a quick fact, and, of course, to trivia fans.
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