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Missourian

[mə′zu̇r·ē·ən]
(geology)
A North American provincial series of geologic time: lower Upper Pennsylvanian (above Desmoinesian, below Virgilian).
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To assist Missourians interested in signing up for health insurance, the Cover Missouri Coalition added several tools to its covermissouri.
Today the Missourian is also the name of the family-owned papers in St.
Missouri Nurses Foundation promotes and protects the health of Missourians through the promotion of educational and scientific activities and community based projects.
Merrill apologized in a letter to the Missourian saying it was "careless but not intentional.
Sterling sued Meyer and Rust Communications, the publisher of the Missourian.
Since late August, Cover Missouri Coalition members have worked tirelessly throughout the state to ensure Missourians have access to accurate information about their Marketplace health plan options and assistance with enrolling," said Ryan Barker, vice president of Health Policy at Missouri Foundation for Health.
The pair pitched Lindall's idea to Missourian General Manager Patti Hoddinott who offered to have the Missourian print the paper and help with distribution, Barnett said.
It also represents a $700 hit to the average Missourian, smoker and non-smoker alike.
The Tribune's smaller competitor, the University of Missouri-sponsored Columbia Missourian, does not charge a fee for letters.
That is 28 Missourians per day, more than one Missourian each and every hour.
While 92 percent of Missourian respondents understood that waiting longer increases the monthly amount they will receive, 53 percent admitted to collecting or planning to collect before full retirement age.
The Digital Missourian was being billed as a glimpse of news delivery in the future.