Building on her Iowa momentum, she is kicking off a bus tour to the palmetto State on Tuesday.
The six term congressman jokingly complained that he was going to palmetto State just to get some attention.
More than any one else in the palmetto State, DeMint could shift momentum if he decides to endorse.
A policeman stopped traffic on palmetto for the cortege and second line to pass, and in a better street, people broke out dancing.
Paul is well aware of his dad's reputation in the palmetto State.
palmetto, a variety originating at the south, is also very popular.
Who will say that a dread Nemesis has not overtaken the metropolis of the palmetto State?
A sudden and very heavy fall of rain occurred at palmetto, Nevada, in August, 1890.
Some people here use the palmetto leaves for fans or brooms.
Over this palmetto leaves were placed and the grave was tightly closed by a covering of logs.
1580s, from Spanish palmito "dwarf fan palm tree," diminutive of palma "palm tree," from Latin palma (see palm (n.2)). The suffix was subsequently Italianized. The Palmetto Flag was an emblem of South Carolina after secession (1860); the state was called Palmetto State from at least 1837.