Dakotan


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Dakotan

[də′kot·ən]
(geology)
Lower Upper Cretaceous geologic time.
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Demonstrating that Robinson was premature in using the imperfect tense, however, is not only Charles Bowden, whose 2008 National Geographic essay "The Emptied Prairie" depicted North Dakota as something of a moribund penal colony with a "feral edge to it," but also Minnesota native Walter Kirn who, early in his college memoir Lost in the Meritocracy (2009), writes how the "tight-lipped and self-contained" North Dakotan who studied alongside Kirn at Princeton in the 1980s was already an anachronism, sporting "the same greaser haircut he brought from Bismarck.
After that, page and color capacity will increase and print quality should improve, according to the publisher, who added that the new press will at first print only the Press & Dakotan, with other titles and commercial work taken on over time.
Lacking such vital space, would North Dakotan gays be forced, as it were, into some neo-closeted existence calling "staying home"?
The Daily Press & Dakotan has an average weekday circulation of about 7800.
North Dakotans are as firmly rooted in the soil as the wheat they grow and the values they espouse.
but quit when fellow North Dakotan Welk asked him to join his orchestra as first trumpet.
He is in many ways the quintessential WW II hero," fellow South Dakotan Tom Brokaw said in lending his name to the Joe Foss Institute.
The North Dakotan was down three times before referee Dave Parris stopped the contest 39 seconds into the second round, making Calzaghe's 12th defence of his title his easiest yet.
When then-Senate Democratic Leader George Mitchell named Daschle the first-ever co-chair of the Democratic Policy Committee in 1988, he became the first South Dakotan ever to hold a Senate leadership position.
Enterprise said it has moved ahead of schedule on the plan, which will send rising flows of Canadian and North Dakotan crude building up in the Midwest to the Gulf Coast where it fetches a hefty premium.
The newest companies to join the partnership are the Sun-Times News Group (STNG) with its flagship Chicago Sun-Times and 70 Chicago-area papers; the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; Black Press, which includes the Akron Beacon Journal and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin; Stephens Media Group, including the Las Vegas Review Journal and 11 dailies; Independent Newspapers, publisher of the Delaware State News; and Yankton Media, publisher of the Yankton Daily Press and Dakotan.
My husband, Jon, also a South Dakotan, subscribes to the theory of "it's not us, it's them.