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  • n. Alternative capitalization of northerner


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  • Caught off-guard, he did not realize at first that Karanissa had been out of touch since before that extinction happened; instead, he thought she was using the word Northerner in some unfamiliar way.

    With a Single Spell

  • He said that in sudden accident the Northerner was the more reliable man, but that if an act of great danger had to be planned and coolly achieved, then the Southerner was strongest in doing what he had to do.

    Hills and the Sea

  • The Northern leaders who have been holding several formal and informal meetings in Kaduna and Abuja to deliberate on the future of Nigeria and how to ensure that the North does not lose its position in the power calculation are however determined to ensure that whatever happens, a Northerner is the President of Nigeria in 2011.

    Thisday Online

  • As the only "Northerner" in the group, a message directed at the concerns of "the South" has a certain political logic.

    Suzanne Nossel: Horse Race to Turtle Bay: Why I Should Run the UN

  • She is "Northerner" on Mexconnect and her e-mail is

    Great food in Queretaro

  • Ayu, the newspaper page "Northerner" must be more sensible than to allow himself to be used to read this unintelligent communiqué.


  • Speaking to MDN on the phone and finding out he's a 'Northerner'

    Army Rumour Service

  • "Northerner") but moved to Denver in 1995 because Québec City had a small population, had close proximity to the larger, more popular team in NHL salaries due to the Canadian Dollar.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Sam Massell recalled, We were the center of liberal America at that moment, white and black, Jew and gentile, Northerner and Southerner.

    Burial for a King

  • His June 1966 Atlantic article, “The White Northerner: Pride and Prejudice,” summarized what he had gleaned from many interviews.

    White America Reacts


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