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Mason–Dixon Line

Saltos de línea: Mason–Dixon Line
Pronunciación: /meɪs(ə)nˈdɪks(ə)n
 
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Definición de Mason–Dixon Line en inglés:

sustantivo

(In the US) the boundary between Maryland and Pennsylvania, taken as the northern limit of the slave-owning states before the abolition of slavery.

Origen

named after Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, the 18th-century English astronomers who surveyed it in 1763–7.

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