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Man·dan

 (măn′dăn′)
n. pl. Mandan or Man·dans
1. A member of a Native American people formerly living in villages along the Missouri River in south-central North Dakota, with present-day descendants on Lake Sakakawea in west-central North Dakota.
2. The Siouan language of the Mandan.

[French Mandane, probably from Dakota mawátaNna.]

Man•dan

(ˈmæn dæn, -dən)

n., pl. -dans, (esp. collectively) -dan.
1. a member of an American Indian people of North Dakota.
2. the Siouan language of the Mandans.
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By his exertions, trading posts had been established, in 1808, in the Sioux country, and among the Aricara and Mandan tribes; and a principal one, under Mr.
BUNER -- The elected representatives of the newly established union council Kandar Katay in the tehsel Mandan have taken steps for making sure all of privileges for the union council including competition for positions in the education department to protect rights of the trained primary school teachers and rest of the educated youths as well.
Encounters at the Heart of the World-A History of the Mandan People by Elizabeth A.
Artists George Catlin and Karl Bodmer immortalized the Mandan Indian chiefs and people in paintings in the 1830s, but since then, the tribe that once flourished in present-day North Dakota has largely been forgotten.
As per details, unknown miscreants had planted a 6 kg bomb near a police checkpoint in Mandan Gate area near Railway Road in Bannu.
A security source told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / A joint security force of police and army-backed by fighters of the popular mobilization, found a field hospital sued by (IS) in Omar Mandan village, northeast of Baquba containing medicines and different medical drugs noting that drugs and medicines stolen from Jalawla and Saadia hospitals and were transferred to a secret hospitals of the (IS) organization.
Refined products are taken by truck and rail from Mandan and also shipped east by pipeline to supply the Jamestown area, eastern North Dakota and Minnesota, according to Tesoro's website.
12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Witt O'Brien's, a global leader in risk management consulting services, today announced a new office opening in Mandan, North Dakota.
Claryca Mandan, natural resources administrator for Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara tribes' natural resources department, said the area is "one of the worst places it could have happened" because the pipeline sits atop a bluff, and the saltwater ran down the rugged terrain.
GANED John Thomas Evans yn Waunfawr ym mis Ebrill 1770, wrth droed Moel Eilio ond doedd dim arwydd o gwbl yn ystod ei ieuenctid cynnar mai hwn fyddai'r dyn fyddai'n ddiweddarach yn archwilio'r Unol Daleithiau gan chwilio am y brodorion oedd yn siarad Cymraeg - llwyth y Mandan.
An assistant-sub inspector (ASI) was among those injured by the blast near Mandan Chowk in Bannu, Express News reported.
According to police sources some unknown terrorists have planted 20-kilogram explosive on a road side in the thickly populated area of Sikandar Bhurt in the jurisdiction of Police Station Mandan.