Lansing - translation to french
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Lansing - translation to french

CITY IN INGHAM COUNTY, EATON COUNTY AND CLINTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, USA AND MICHIGAN FEDERATED STATE CAPITAL CITY
Lansing; Lansing, MI; Lansing (MI); City of Lansing Police Department; City Of Lansing Police Department (LPD); City of Lansing; Lansing, mi; Lansing Michigan; Lansing Time Capsule; Capital of Michigan; City of Lansing Police Department (Michigan); Lansing, Mich.; Timeline of Lansing, Michigan; History of Lansing, Michigan; Museums in Lansing, Michigan
  • [[J.W. Sexton High School]],<br />Westside Lansing
  • Eastern High School]],<br />Eastside Lansing
  • Lansing BWL]]'s [[Ottawa Street Power Station]]
  • [[Michigan State Capitol]]
  • [[Boji Tower]], Lansing's tallest building, located downtown
  • Everett High School]],<br />Southside Lansing
  • Farmers' market in Lansing
  • Grand River overlooking Lansing River Trail Bridge
  • Colonial Village]]
  • Genesee Neighborhood
  • Lansing City Hall & Lansing Police Department Central Precinct
  • [[Michigan State Capitol]]
  • The North Lansing dam of the Grand River. The [[Lansing River Trail]] and [[Ottawa Street Power Station]] are visible behind.
  • The Otto E. Eckert power plant along the Grand River, operated by the Lansing Board of Water and Light

Lansing         
Lansing, capital city of Michigan (USA); city in Illinois (USA)
LAN         
LAN, Local Area Network, communications network which connects computers that are located in close proximity (commonly used in offices, small companies, etc.)
Robert Lansing         
Robert Lansing (1864-1928), American politician, Secretary of State during the Wilson administration, head of the U.S. delegation to the Paris Peace Conference

Wikipedia

Lansing, Michigan

Lansing () is the capital of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is mostly in Ingham County, although portions of the city extend west into Eaton County and north into Clinton County. The 2020 census placed the city's population at 112,644, making it the sixth largest city in Michigan. The population of its metropolitan statistical area (MSA) was 541,297 at the 2020 census, the third largest in the state after metropolitan Detroit and Grand Rapids. It was named the new state capital of Michigan in 1847, ten years after Michigan became a state.

The Lansing metropolitan area, colloquially referred to as "Mid-Michigan", is an important center for educational, cultural, governmental, commercial, and industrial functions. Neighboring East Lansing is home to Michigan State University, a public research university with an enrollment of more than 50,000. The area features two medical schools, one veterinary school, two nursing schools, and two law schools. It is the site of the Michigan State Capitol, the state Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, a federal court, the Library of Michigan and Historical Center, and headquarters of four national insurance companies.

Lansing is the only U.S. state capital (among the 47 located in counties) that is not also a county seat. The seat of government of Ingham County is Mason, but the county maintains some offices in Lansing.

Pronunciation examples for Lansing
1. and Lansing, Michigan.
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2. You have Lansing.
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3. Alpena 20 times from Lansing.
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4. in Michigan State University in Lansing, in East Lansing,
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5. in Lansing, who's a nurse.
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Examples of use of Lansing
1. Jusque–lŕ, ces exc';s, sur des marchés comme le café ou l‘argent n‘avait été que ponctuel. «Ces marchés, d‘une taille trop limitée, ne sont en rien faits pour accueillir de telles masses d‘argent», avertit Xavier Patry, responsable de la maison de négoce Lansing ŕ Gen';ve.
2. Ceci met la pagaille sur tout le marché, on ne peut rien traiter», s‘emporte un courtier parisien. «Les prix sont 4 dollars au–dessus de la limite, il faudra plus de dix jours d‘échanges pour que la situation revienne ŕ la normale», prévient Xavier Patry, responsable de la filiale genevoise de la maison de négoce américaine Lansing.
3. Reste que cette révolte du campo (la campagne) argentin bouscule les cours mondiaux de cet oléagineux – pressé en huile mais surtout trituré en tourteaux pour le bétail – dont le pays est le troisi';me exportateur. «A quinze jours du début de la récolte, ces événements ne pouvaient plus mal tomber», reconnaît Xavier Patry, responsable de la filiale genevoise de la maison de négoce américaine Lansing.