Nebraskan


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a native or resident of Nebraska

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It's a great legacy to a great Nebraskan who has been one of our most notable, visible and distinguished alumni.
But if "a Northeast Nebraskan happened to be featured in an AP story or photograph in Iowa or South Dakota that made its way onto those individual state reports -- but not the national report -- the Daily News would have no access to it.
To celebrate an issue as strongly massive as ours celebrating Aaliyah we had to go to a place like Shangri La, in the tippy top of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, a really big building as expansive as ocean waters and Nebraskan plains.
Nebraskan senator Ernie Chambers filed the suit and asked the court for an injunction to prevent God from causing "fearsome floods, egregious earthquakes, horrendous hurricanes, terrifying tornadoes, pestilential plagues, ferocious famines, devastating droughts, genocidal wars, birth defects, and the like".
Yes, I am proud to say I'm a corn-fed, flannel-wearing, hamburger-eating Nebraskan.
Henman lost 7-5 7-6 (8/6) to the Nebraskan in the group stages of the end-of-season event in Houston, although he can still reach the semi-finals with matches against Guillermo Coria and Marat Safin to come.
All three rulings were praised by the Center for Reproductive Rights, which brought the Nebraska challenge on behalf of Nebraskan Dr.
Specifically, the assets being relinquished include 11 food and 10 drug stores in the Nebraskan communities of Omaha, Bellevue and Grand Island as well as an outlet in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Students and faculty petitioned the chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to keep their J-school dean from accepting a position at the University of Kansas, The Daily Nebraskan student newspaper reported in late February.
As a journalist for a Nebraska newspaper, Morton encourage fellow Nebraskan and civic organizations to plant trees for shade, shelter, fruit fuel, and beauty.
OK, the Nebraskan may not be an obvious candidate for the Hall Of Fame, but the sugared pop, sly funk, insights and melodic mastery of his fifth album conjure up the time of his birth with an assured touch.
This Nebraskan turkey, with owner Richard Mumford, was saved from death just weeks before Christmas and has now fathered chicks (left) which could help reintroduce the bird to its native state in America.
Writing in the Daily Nebraskan in 1997, Professor Gerry Harbison said:
This is a modified version of a column that originally ran in the Daily Nebraskan.
A DELIGHTED Peter Hayford says hello to one of 30 Nebraskan turkeys that he and fellow Turkey Club member Richard Mumford rescued from the cooking pot.