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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Janet Gritzner
A rose by another other name would still smell as sweet, and South Dakota would still retain its frontier character even if the plains weren't stacked with towns named Eureka, Volga and Iroquois or counties called Bon Homme, Brule and Butte.
"You have to consider the amount of naming that had to be done in a few years," Gritzner said.
Janet Gritzner, a cultural geographer who works with geographic information systems at South Dakota State University, said there is a good reason naming places is so important.