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  • proper n. A north-central state of the United States of America. Capital: Pierre. West of Minnesota, south of North Dakota, north of Nebraska.

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  • n. a state in north central United States

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Examples

  • Reuters - Former four-term South Dakota Governor Bill Janklow said on Friday he was dying from a "very far advanced" brain cancer and doctors have told him he does not have long to live.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota Reuters - Former four-term South Dakota Governor Bill Janklow said on Friday he was dying from a "very far advanced" brain cancer and doctors have told him he does not have long to live.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • JOHN THUNE: The 49-year-old tall, athletic, one-term South Dakota senator looks the ideal presidential candidate.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • The first-term South Dakota senator is considered a rising star in the GOP and some have said that he may enter the 2012 presidential race as well.

    Home/News

  • Herseth may be vulnerable if popular two-term South Dakota Secretary of State Chris Nelson runs.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • He's from South Dakota, which is-you know, there's this thing called the South Dakota loophole.

    Democracy Now!

  • South Dakota Democratic Sen. Tom Daschle lost his seat to Republican challenger John Thune in the November 2004 election partly because of Sen. Thune's multiple visits to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Southern South Dakota, one of the nation's largest.

    Obama Courts American Indians

  • Here, both the trial and appellate judges acknowledged this rule—based on a 1987 case called South Dakota v.

    ObamaCare and the Limits of Government

  • "Some of us, myself included, said, 'Look, don't form a circle and open fire -- you're shooting your friends here,'" recalled South Dakota Senator John Thune, then a congressman.

    Dan Gilgoff: The Jesus Machine

  • Some new polling data has come into CNN which we can now report, that, according to an American Research Group poll that just came out, Hillary Clinton has a 26-point lead in South Dakota, which is not where the polls were shaping up just a short while ago here in this state.

    CNN Transcript Jun 2, 2008

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