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- adj. Alabamian
- n. Alabamian.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. A native or resident of Alabama.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native or resident of Alabama
One statistical study from the University of Missouri showed that the Justice Department had systematically engaged in "political profiling" against Democrats, including figures such as Alabaman Governor Don Siegelman.
The Civil WarsNashville Americana outfit The Civil Wars came together in 2008, burgeoning from the solo singer/songwriter careers of California native Joy Williams (piano) and Alabaman John Paul White (guitar).
When I joined the RFK Center delegation to the Gulf Coast a year ago, Alabaman Louise Bosarge cited President Obama's reference to the resiliency of Gulf Coast residents, who have endured four natural disasters and one man-made catastrophe in five years -- hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Gustav, Ivan and now, BP.
The point about German “power projection” into France is about as rational as the idea of Alabaman “power projection” into Missisippi.
Kevin, an Alabaman with no trace of drawl, had begun the game.
Yet he couldn't resist throwing in the dirty ditty about porn star Linda Lovelace and then the radioactive, unprintable song that, Coe explained, was inspired by a fantasy of racist Alabaman George Wallace being cuckolded by a black man.
Yet he couldn't resist throwing in the dirty ditty about porn star Linda Lovelace, and then the radioactive, unprintable song that, Coe explained, was inspired by a fantasy of racist Alabaman George Wallace being cuckolded by a black man.
The 26-year-old Alabaman is only getting better, Girardi said.
Australian director Nick Tomnay, who also wrote the screenplay, said he based the idea of an encounter between an "ordinary" guy and a career criminal the hunky Alabaman actor Clayne Crawford on a story a friend told him.
The Section 28 I had to live with or a moronic analogue of it advanced by some Alabaman senator.