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  1. Ar·kan·sas
    IPA[ˈärkənˌsô]
    • 1. a state in the south central US; population 2,855,390 (est. 2008); capital, Little Rock. It became the 25th state of the US in 1836.

    • a state in the south central US; population 2,855,390 (est. 2008); capital, Little Rock. It became the 25th state of the US in 1836.
    • a river in the southwestern US, which flows for 1,450 miles (2,320 km) from the Rockies in Colorado to join the Mississippi River in Arkansas. It has been made navigable for oceangoing vessels as far west as Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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