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Wolverine State

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • Michigan; -- a nickname.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region

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Examples

  • Latch notes that Michigan is known as the Wolverine State and yet no wolverines, aside from one that died in February, have been seen there in decades.

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  • Latch notes that Michigan is known as the Wolverine State and yet no wolverines, aside from one that died in February, have been seen there in decades.

    JSOnline.com

  • Latch notes that Michigan is known as the Wolverine State and yet no wolverines, aside from one that died in February, have been seen there in decades.

    JSOnline.com

  • Latch notes that Michigan is known as the Wolverine State and yet no wolverines, aside from one that died in February, have been seen there in decades.

    JSOnline.com

  • The Wolverine State loses a seat, and many see Peters getting drawn into a district with more seasoned colleague -- most likely Rep. Sander Levin D.

    Redistricting targets could seek other opportunities

  • Today, average per capita income in the Wolverine State ranks just 37th in the nation—down from ninth in 1965.

    Michigan's War on the Middle Class

  • Still, it wouldn't be the worst thing if regional governors like the Wolverine State's Rick Snyder and Wisconsin's Scott Walker got into a jobs race akin to this year's collective bargaining reforms.

    The Buckeye Budget Lesson

  • (No. 397), these old industrial cities dominate the nether regions; of the bottom ten finishers overall, six come from the Wolverine State, including long-suffering Detroit, which ranks 394th overall and 65th on the list of large metros (next to its last-place neighbor, Flint).

    The Worst Cities For Jobs

  • (No. 397), these old industrial cities dominate the nether regions; of the bottom ten finishers overall, six come from the Wolverine State, including long-suffering Detroit, which ranks 394th overall and 65th on the list of large metros (next to its last-place neighbor, Flint).

    The Worst Cities For Jobs

  • Stupak, 58, also resisted entreaties from Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.), the dean of the Wolverine State delegation.

    I Pray the Lord Your Soul to Take

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