from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A native or resident of North Carolina.
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- n. A native or resident of the American state of North Carolina.
- n. A player on a sports team representing the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- n. A student of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
In 2008, the UFCW won an election to organize 5,000 workers at a Smithfield Foods Inc.'s hog-slaughtering plant in Tar Heel, N.C., after a campaign that consumed 15 years.
He did win, but narrowly, and I'm willing to go double or nothing that, barring a disastrous GOP nominee or campaign, Obama will not repeat in the Tar Heel state in 2012, said Tom Schaller, a political science professor and author of Whistling Past Dixie: How Democrats Can Win Without the South.
And when the Hokies let a 16-point first half lead slip away against North Carolina last month, Tar Heel forwards Tyler Zeller and John Henson combined for 33 points and 17 rebounds.
I have never met a Tar Heel who did not let it be known, usually within the first 30 seconds of a conversation, that he was in fact a Tar Heel, or that she loved her days in Chapel Hill.
In Tar Heel, not far from my apartment in Wake Forest, 176,000 pigs are slaughtered each week.
Nicks was reportedly one of five people named and allegedly gave current Tar Heel players a total of $3,300.
The University of North Carolina reportedly accused former Tar Heel and current New York Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks of providing improper benefits to players at the school on Thursday.
According to the Tar Heel, Cook wrote in a resignation letter that due to developments in his personal life, he would be "unable to serve" the school -- from which he graduated in 1986 -- any further.
Officials hope to enforce that standard with help from the 12,000 or so Tar Heel beekeepers.
Awesome, and plus being a Tar Heel makes me biased.
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