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The Old Line State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Maryland
Unoffical nickname. Name supposedly bestowed by Gen. George Washington on The Maryland Line, regular line troops who served courageously in many battles of the Revolutionary War.
Maryland
   state capital is   
Annapolis
Maryland
   has the   
Terrapins
College Park, Maryland
Maryland
   plays in the   
ACC
College Park, Maryland
Potomac River
   runs through   
Maryland
Susquehanna River
   runs through   
Maryland
Susquehanna River provides over half of the enitre freshwater inflow for Chesapeake Bay
I-70
   crosses   
Maryland
I-68
   crosses   
Maryland
I-97
   crosses   
Maryland
I-95
   crosses   
Maryland
I-81
   crosses   
Maryland
Maryland
   has the state flower   
Black-Eyed Susan
Maryland
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
MD
2002
   champions were   
Maryland
Maryland
   has the motto   
"Manly Deeds, Womanly Words"
Maryland
   was represented by   
Samuel Chase
Maryland
   was represented by   
Robert Goldsborough
Maryland
   was represented by   
William Paca
Maryland
   was represented by   
Matthew Tilghman
Maryland
   flag is   

The Maryland flag unites the family crests of the Calvert and Crossland families.
Fight, Fight, Fight for Maryland
   is the fight song of   
University of Maryland
Cumberland FCI
   is situated in   
Maryland
Federal Correctional Institution
Martin O'Malley
   is Governor of   
Maryland
Democratic 2007
Pennsylvania
   lies to the north of   
Maryland
Maryland
   has   
The Wooden-domed Statehouse, Framed by White Oak Leaf Clusters
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2000
Maryland
   the highest point is   
Backbone Mt. 3,360 Feet
Fort McHenry National Monument
   is located in   
Maryland
University of Maryland
   is situated in   
College Park
United States
Australia
   is the location of   
Maryland National Park
Maryland
   has   
212 to 220
U.S.S. Maryland
      
Present at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941
Commissioned July 1921 -- BB-46 --
University of Maryland
   has   
True Grit
Appears in two forms, as a statue and as a costumed Chesapeake Bay retreiver
Baltimore
   is situated in   
Maryland
Archdiocese
Maryland
   has the   
Baltimore Oriole
(Icterus galbula)1947
Catoctin
   is situated in   
Maryland
Cumberland Valley
   is situated in   
Maryland
Linganore
   is situated in   
Maryland
Maryland
   has a population of   
5,618,344
19th among all States and Territories
Smith Island Cakes
   is/are an official state food of   
Maryland
This cake has ten thin layers filled with creme and/or crushed candy bars. The cake is iced with a cooked chocolate icing.
Baltimore, Maryland
   is at   
39°17'N 76°37'W
United States
"Black Sox"
   played for   
Baltimore, Maryland
Played in Eastern Colored League 1922-1928, American Negro League 1929, Negro East West League 1932, Negro National League 1933-1934.
"Elite Giants"
   played for   
Baltimore, Maryland
Played in Negro National League 1938-1948 and Negro American League 1949-1950.
Maryland
   has the state butterfly   
Baltimore Checkerspot
State insect
Maryland
   has the state insect   
Baltimore Checkerspot Butterfly
University of Maryland
   is in   
Baltimore
Original campus
Blackwater
   is located in   
Maryland
Eastern Neck
   is located in   
Maryland
7th
   state to join the union was   
Maryland
April 28, 1788
Maryland
   joined the U.S.A in   
1788
April 28, 1788
There's A Girl In The Heart Of Maryland
   was performed by   
Steve Goodman
1977






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