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Is West Virginia a seperate state? It looked like the odd one out to me . Is there a reason for it being there?<font color="Blue">Dr Joe Kiff</font> - [[User:Lifeartist]] ([[User talk:Lifeartist|<font color="Blue" size="1">talk</font>]]) 09:01, 27 August 2006 (UTC)
 
Is West Virginia a seperate state? It looked like the odd one out to me . Is there a reason for it being there?<font color="Blue">Dr Joe Kiff</font> - [[User:Lifeartist]] ([[User talk:Lifeartist|<font color="Blue" size="1">talk</font>]]) 09:01, 27 August 2006 (UTC)
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*Yes, West Virginia is a separate state.I think Washington D.C. (District of Columbia) is the "odd one out" that you're referring to. It's the U.S.A.'s capital but separate from the other states. (It's a bit of a weird arrangement!) D.C. has some universities, as well. <font color="Blue">Jason Bessey</font> - [[User:Jaywin|Jaywin]] ([[User talk:Jaywin|<font color="Blue" size="1">talk</font>]]) 14:25, 27 August 2006 (UTC)

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Is West Virginia a seperate state? It looked like the odd one out to me . Is there a reason for it being there?Dr Joe Kiff - User:Lifeartist (talk) 09:01, 27 August 2006 (UTC)

  • Yes, West Virginia is a separate state.I think Washington D.C. (District of Columbia) is the "odd one out" that you're referring to. It's the U.S.A.'s capital but separate from the other states. (It's a bit of a weird arrangement!) D.C. has some universities, as well. Jason Bessey - Jaywin (talk) 14:25, 27 August 2006 (UTC)

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