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Synonyms for Oklahoman

a native or resident of Oklahoma


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Among the compromised collateral that Rogers used to secure funding for The Oklahoman was the famed Honus Wagner baseball card that signaled his arrival as a big-time memorabilia dealer in 2008.
He also cited biblical grounds, The Oklahoman reported.
After all, the Daily Oklahoman faces some of the harshest calls of bias from one of the most ardent groups of fans--Oklahoma State University football fans--of any newspaper in the country.
The worst thing I ever did was swear an allegiance to the KKK," Clary told The Oklahoman in an interview.
When the federal building in Oklahoma City was bombed, Schwartz worked tirelessly with President Bill Clinton and others in coordinating local and federal efforts, according to his obituary in The Oklahoman.
He moved to The Oklahoman in 1999, where his beat coverage of Oklahoma football included a national championship, two NCAA investigations and three memorable games with Oregon - including the Ducks' win in a 2006 thriller at Autzen Stadium, with the accompanying controversy.
In an interview with The Oklahoman daily newspaper Marc Nuttle, chairman of Oklahoma Global Motors, said negotiations with Nanjing on the design of the US assembly plant were continuing, with the aim of striking a deal by March 31.
Although the back cover of the book calls Ramirez-Ferrero a native Oklahoman, his family, in fact, came from Cuba to New York in 1961.
You've got to have him see a wall,'' Scott told The Oklahoman.
The Oklahoman recently reported that state officials expect an additional 1,500 Oklahomans in prison two years from now.
A 110-year-old Oklahoman, Who was recently crowned the world's oldest man, revealed the secret of his longevity to be eating a big bowl of oatmeal every day and crying as often as possible.
Former Mobile Register Editor Stan Tiner is back on home turf following his resignation after eight months as executive editor of the Daily Oklahoman.
The program is expected to help more than 200 Oklahoman families who might otherwise be precluded from the home loan market obtain affordable purchase, rehabilitation or refinance mortgage financing.
Thank you, John Mallon of Oklahoma, for sending this message, which originally appeared in The Daily Oklahoman.
The editorial page editor for The Daily Oklahoman was en route from his office on the ninth floor to the coffee shop for the daily discussion of content for the next day's edition.
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