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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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A study conducted late last year and presented to Missourian editors Dec.
"We are in even more financial trouble than even most newspapers in the U.S.," according to a university official quoted in the Missourian. A story on National Public Radio put the paper's annual deficit at about $1 million.
Additional advertising was sold for the Missourian and 5,000 people signed up.
If this committee finds that the research team altered the images, the case would be turned over to a standing committee on research responsibility, the Missourian reported.
That Atchison was a small or even non-slaveowning Missourian does not suggest that he failed to embrace slavery.
Now the Missourian, along with the rest of the School of Journalism, is ahead of the pack once again.
The Missourian has discovered that some of those blocked from Greitens' Facebook page had challenged his decision to sign into law "right to work" legislation that weakened labor unions.
Caption: Tom Warhover, associate professor at the Missouri School of Journalism and executive editor for innovation at the Columbia Missourian
The Missourian's online version, called an EmPrint, will feature pages that are entirely contained on the computer screen and that are taller than they are wide.
With the publication of eight sample eucharistic prayers in CW-01, LCA theologian Clarence Lee and Missourians David Scaer and Gottfried Krodel joined in the attacks on the Great Thanksgiving.
The Missourian was rapidly becoming that movement's consensus candidate in the GOP presidential primary.
Meramec Aggregates is requesting a conditional use permit (CUP) from the Franklin County, Mo., planning and zoning commission, according to The Missourian. The aggregate company is seeking a permit for production and sales of sand and gravel on a 60-acre site in the nonurban and agricultural district.