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Ar·i·zo·na

 (ăr′ĭ-zō′nə) Abbr. AZ or Ariz.
A state of the southwest United States on the Mexican border. It was admitted as the 48th state in 1912. Explored by the Spanish beginning in 1539, the area was acquired by the United States in 1848 through the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. Phoenix is the capital and the largest city.

Ar′i·zo′nan, Ar′i·zo′ni·an adj. & n.
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Noun1.Arizonan - a native or resident of ArizonaArizonan - a native or resident of Arizona  
American - a native or inhabitant of the United States
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Calling him a 'dangerous idiot' on the "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV, the Arizonan further went on to say that Rodman is giving a good propaganda to the most brutal man on the earth.
The band is made up of Jakarta natives Fariez Moulana on vocals and Fredrick Ronald Poetiray on keyboards and vocals, Arizonan Hassan doing rap, Filipino Jessica Cerna on vocals, Colombian Jhon Guerra on bass, Romanian Raluca Nastase on vocals, and New Zealander Robert Ashwood on drums.
Boston thrashers Revocation and Arizonan deathcore pioneers Job For A Cowboy added even more weight to the hellish four-band line-up.
Political posturing and hypocrisy are never in short supply, but rarely has the gap between words and deeds been wider or more obvious than this past weekend, when Boston city officials - and Democratic governors meeting in the Hub - began a collective back-pedaling from their boycott of all things Arizonan.
Goldwater, rising to the defense of a fellow Arizonan, responded that "every good Christian ought to kick Falwell's ass.
It's another project from Arizonan Ryan Rousseau, who served time in the Reatards among other bands (and Jay Reatard twiddled the knobs on this one), and it's somewhat in the vein of that kind of stuff--noisy, unfiltered, and a kick to the neck.
Lowell, a fourth-generation Arizonan who lived on the Navajo Researvation as a child and has been around Navajo rugs all her life, brings together the images and offers contextual text.
Thanks For Tuning In by Richard Ruelas (a native Arizonan and metro columnist for "The Arizona Republic") is the story of Bill Thompson who as "Wallace" created Arizona's most celebrated children's television show which was on the air for 35 years--longer than all other kid's shows in the nation.
The plucky Arizonan comes across as a woman who holds herself above the fray.
The 5-year-old thoroughbred, bred in Kentucky, owned by a Saudi Arabian prince, raced originally in France and England, trained in the Los Angeles area for most of the year by a Brooklynite, and ridden by an Arizonan, has turned into a classic horse for the course in North San Diego County.
At a time when Eisenhower was hugely popular and Goldwater desperately needed his support for a shaky reelection bid, the Arizonan nonetheless went to the Senate floor and unleashed a scorching tirade against the president for succumbing to "the siren song of socialism" in preparing his record-setting 1958 budget.