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Mar·y·land

 (mĕr′ə-lənd) Abbr. MD or Md.
A state of the eastern United States. One of the original Thirteen Colonies, it was founded by Lord Baltimore in 1634 as a refuge for English Roman Catholics. Maryland ratified the United States Constitution in 1788. Annapolis is the capital and Baltimore the largest city.

Mar′y·land·er n.
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Noun1.Marylander - a native or resident of Maryland
American - a native or inhabitant of the United States
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The crew was mostly Cork an' Kerry men, barrin' one Marylander that wanted to go back, but they called him a mutineer, an' they ran the ould Manila into Skibbereen, an' they had an illigant time visitin' around with frinds on the ould sod fer a week.
Following the refusal of the executive branch to honor his writ of habeas corpus ("have the body") to produce pro-Southern Marylander John Merryman in his courtroom from his imprisonment in Fort McHenry in the early months of the US Civil War, US Chief Justice Roger Taney issued a ruling finding President Abraham Lincoln in violation of his constitutional duties, as only Congress had the power to suspend the writ.
Dorsey, a Marylander, received early education in the sport of kings from his uncle, who was a professional gambler, and there were tracks at Bowie and Pimlico and Havre de Grace, where he could have honed his skills as a youthful bettor.
Marylander Meme Wells-Susnavick has watched eagles over the years at Blackwater and around her home.
By way of a little background, I should say that I am not a native Marylander.
In 1982, the late Henry Clark, a Marylander, won the Blue Grass with Linkage and was then denied the sweetest of victories by Aloma's Ruler.
Jockey Richard Migliore made all on Tenski (9-10 favourite, who is owned by Marylander Richard Golden and trained by Linda Rice.
When his mother had taught him all she could, the 10-year-old boy was shipped off to France for further schooling, the only place where a Marylander could legally obtain a Catholic education.
John Carroll, a Sulpician priest and native Marylander, was named its first bishop at the time of the Diocese's founding.
Two months after its introduction, the Maryland Home Energy Loan Program (MHELP), which enables Marylander homeowners to access unsecured, low-cost, funds for efficiency upgrades, has cleared its first $100,000 in loan commitments.
12, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Greater Baltimore Committee and the Baltimore Sun are hosting a reception and presentation of the Sun's Marylander of the Year Award to Orioles manager Buck Showalter on March 4.
Department of Commerce, will speak at its 2008 Marylander of Distinction event, honoring Benjamin S.