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- adj. Of or pertaining to Michigan.
- n. One who lives in or comes from Michigan.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A resident of Michigan.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native or resident of Michigan
And just so you know as a Michigander the word isn't about voting out the states leaders.
The Michigander is a circle tour - beginning and ending in the picturesque town of
Being a lifelong DEMOCRAT and a native born "Michigander", I truly believe that in order for Obama to win, AND carry my home state of Michigan, he needs Hillary as a running-mate.
Lucky this isn't in Michigan, or you'd have the eternal debate between "Michigander" and "Michiganian."
Dcn Dale on Bishop Wantland is Perplexed: #59 Piedmont, I should have remembered this as a former "Michigander".
The average Michigander has far more courage than cowards like Romney and Hoekstra. hongli
As a former Michigan resident and proud to call myself a Michigander, I am ashamed that Rep Hoekstra is a member of the US House of Representatives for Michigan.
Mr. Moroun, who is tied at 293 on the Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans with fellow Michigander Daniel Gilbert, founder of Quicken Loans Inc. of Detroit, built his fortune in the trucking business.
If Mitt Romney is the nominee, the GOP standard-bearer will be a native Michigander whose father was governor.
I am greatly fond of my Dutch-Michigander husband and in-laws and those of their Dutch-Michigander friends and associates I have met, but if it is true as they say in Grand Rapids that if y'ain't Dutch, y'ain't much, I am, in fact, not much.