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 How did south carolina earn its nickname?

Answer According to State Symbol USA, the most common nickname for South Carolina is 'The Palmetto State', a reference to the state tree of South Carolina, also known as the sabal palmetto or cabbage palm... Read More »
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How much do charter bus drivers earn in South Carolina?

According to Indeed.com, the average charter bus driver in South Carolina earns $41,000 annually, as of April 2010. This is estimated to be about 14 percent lower than the national average annual i... Read More »
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How many miles does it take to get from Andrews, South Carolina to Georgetown, South Carolina?

Georgetown, South Carolina is located approximately 20 miles southeast of Andrews, South Carolina. The quickest motor vehicle route between the two cities is US-521 South, which is a 17.2 mile trip... Read More »
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How far is Sumter, South Carolina, from Parris Island, South Carolina?

According to Expedia.com, the distance between Sumter, South Carolina, and Parris Island, South Carolina, is 132 miles. The average travel time between the two Southern cities is 2 hours and 21 min... Read More »
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Are Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina a part of the same criminal database?

North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina have separate state criminal databases. The FBI operates a nationwide criminal database. Those who need criminal histories for each state may consider re... Read More »
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