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  • noun Plural form of Dakotan.

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Examples

  • Ban opponents also say the proposal threatens North Dakotans 'property rights because the ranches are on private land.

    Hunters Exchange Fire Over What

  • Instead, spokesperson Jahan Wilson said, "We believe all South Dakotans should vote and encourage them to do so."

    Stephanie Woodard: Ready to Rumble: A Lawyer on the Voting-Rights Frontline

  • As the only two Dakotans in our little slice of hell, we ribbed each other endlessly about the rivalry between our sister states, tossing jokes and insults, but look out if anyone else made a derogatory comment about “The Dakotas.”

    Mercy Kill

  • But why should North Dakotans get so much more representation in the Senate than New Yorkers?

    Matthew Yglesias » Against Appointed Senators

  • Living on the harsh, wind-swept northern Great Plains, North Dakotans lean towards the practical in economic development.

    Why North Dakota Is Booming

  • Making fun of North Dakotans is our state pastime.

    Mercy Kill

  • John Hoeven, and former state House Speaker Rick Berg, who upset Pomeroy to become the first Republican to hold that seat in 24 years, are still trying to learn their way around the Capitol, even as North Dakotans grapple with devastating spring floods and federal budget pressures that could impact two major Air Force bases as well as the state's billion-dollar agricultural subsidies.

    Al Eisele: How North Dakota Lost Its Clout in Congress

  • Now, despite the fact that South Dakotans have repeatedly spoken on issues of government interference in private decisions, we will once more be pulled into a protracted legal battle that will potentially cost the state millions in tax dollars, Nicolay said in a written statement.

    S.D. governor signs 3-day wait for abortion into law

  • John Hoeven, and former state House Speaker Rick Berg, who upset Pomeroy to become the first Republican to hold that seat in 24 years, are still trying to learn their way around the Capitol, even as North Dakotans grapple with devastating spring floods and federal budget pressures that could impact two major Air Force bases as well as the state's billion-dollar agricultural subsidies.

    Al Eisele: How North Dakota Lost Its Clout in Congress

  • Dakotans didn't bet the farm, so to speak, on solar cells, high-density housing or high-speed rail.

    Why North Dakota Is Booming

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