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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A native or an inhabitant of Vermont, one of the New England States of the United States of America.

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  • n. a native or resident of Vermont

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  • 'vermonter' is opposed to paying teachers well for the good work they do, and is opposed to teachers picking up a higher salary than he commands.

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  • 'vermonter' fails to realize that the state is one of the best for education, protection of the environment, and so on.

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  • Your response is not really worthy of this reply, but maybe I can trigger some stray thought in your head … vermonter Says:

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  • It just feeds more hogs. ex-vermonter says he escaped this prison town; I have hoped for years to follow suit.

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  • Those conservatives would be wrong. vermonter Says:

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  • Your response is not really worthy of this reply, but maybe I can trigger some stray thought in your head ... vermonter Says:

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  • "Three cheers for roland's letter as an old old vermonter you hit the nail on the head o for the good old day when they met every two years"

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  • Three cheers for roland's letter as an old old vermonter you hit the nail on the head o for the good old day when they met every two years

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  • Ex-vermonter, I never said anything in my posts about feeling or not feeling hatred.

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  • -- Posted by Arnie Thibault on Mon, Mar 9, 2009, 10: 47 pm EST shap smith for governor??? you are kidding, correct???? shumlin - smith - no thanks .. if gay marriage is their "PRIORITY" during these most drastic economic times this state has ever seen - tell them to call up a vermonter who lost their job and explain to them why gay marriage is more important than fixing the Vermont economy. what a joke. gay marriage - that ought to be about #85 on the list of the most important thing the legislature / house should be focusing on. am i wrong?

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