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  • n. a person from the northeast part of a geographic region


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  • For a northeasterner who knows his way around a boat, slipping sun-tanned feet straight into Sperry Top-Siders, canvas sneakers or even penny loafers comes as naturally as hoisting a jib.

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  • Oregon coach Chip Kelly, a northeasterner with roots in New England, loves the idea of the Pac-10's outreach program.

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  • Or we can ignore history and put up another northeasterner thnking disatisfaction with the war when we arent running against any of the wars architechts will do it for us.

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  • Last 3 democratic presidents were from red states and you have to go back to JFK to find a northeasterner.

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  • | Reply | Permalink oh no, another flip flopping northeasterner, how many times do dems want to lose. change sides on Cubs vs.Yankees. sign onto Lieberman's get Iran bill yikkkeess

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  • The daft governor of Massachusetts, Mitch Romney, apparently is still thinking that the wingnuts will somehow allow a northeasterner to be a serious presidential candidate so he completely wimped out (and sucked up to the wingnuts) by leaving it to his spokesman.


  • I'll also put my northeasterner bias right out there and say I'm fine with having one fewer southern candidate in the field.

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  • It was totally different from his Southern drawl and had the unmistakable inflection of a northeasterner.

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  • Oregon coach Chip Kelly, a northeasterner with roots in New England, loves the idea of the

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  • As a fellow northeasterner Hixon had a close relationship with the Burnley manager Harry Potts and the two worked well together as they built up the club's youth programme, but when the team Potts had built up began to disintegrate in the later 1960s, Hixon transferred his allegiance to Stoke City.

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