Alabamian


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a native or resident of Alabama

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While Bannon railed, and Alabamians voted, the president tweeted.
Regarding the statements by Prime Minister Zaev that the Albanian languages will not be official throughout the whole country, Grubi said that "no one should be afraid of the Alabamian language".
For the Alabama Media Group, she crossed boundaries, literally and figuratively, as she traversed the state, recruiting Alabamians for a video project about their state and Walt Whitman.
Three other Alabamians would be admitted this day, including the legendary Henry Aaron, until recently holder of the major league all-time home run record.
When I was called up to the Tigers at the end of the 1941 season, it was the first time I had crossed the Mason-Dixon line or even seen a major league game," said Trucks, a native Alabamian who now lives in Pelham, Alabama.
Raines, who labors under the additional handicap of being a white Alabamian.
It seems the lanky Alabamian will never recover from double-bogeying the final hole of the 2001 US Open, which cost him the chance of a first Major.
Without doubt, the most masterful example of this genre is Theodore Rosengarten's oral history of a black Alabamian sharecropper, All God's Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw.
Even so, the Alabamian singlehandedly "gave shape and focus to a whole range of social issues.
We will continue our work to ensure that any Alabamian who wants a job, can find one, Governor Ivey continued.
However, Southern evocations of states' rights pushed the federal government to pursue removal of the Creeks, as neither Georgian nor Alabamian officials were capable of promoting security in the areas where red and white intermingled.
No matter where in the world I am, I write as a Southerner, and more specifically, as an Alabamian.
Sulzby Award of the Alabama Historical Association for the best book on Alabama history, this is a political biography of Oscar Underwood (1862-1929), the Alabamian politician who served in the US House of representatives from 1895 to 1915 and in the US Senate from 1915 to 1927 and who unsuccessfully ran for the Democratic nomination for President in 1924.
Ask any Alabamian -- they'll be happy to tell you the benefits and recognition the Trail has given a state formerly ranked near the bottom in national tourist destinations, but no longer.