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n. pl. Dakota or Da·ko·tas
a. See Santee.
b. The Siouan language of the Santee.
2. A member of any of the Sioux or any of their languages. No longer in scholarly use.

Da·ko′tan adj. & n.


(Placename) of or relating to Dakota or its inhabitants
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Dakota
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We look forward to serving additional communities with value and convenience as we grow our footprint throughout the state and welcoming new North Dakotan employees to the Dollar General family," he said.
Matthew Gust, a 26-year-old North Dakotan, pleaded guilty to arson and hate-crime charges on May 19, Vanita Gupta, head of the US Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, said in a statement.
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As a fellow South Dakotan and as his colleague, it has been an honor to serve rural America alongside Jonathan.
Born on his family's west North Dakota farm in 1914, the only son of German immigrants, Link is perhaps the archetypal Dakotan, the kind of man Berg had in mind as she blinked away dignified tears, clacking away on her typewriter.
As the teams took the court, guard Becky Hammon -- a South Dakotan who chose to play for Russia in the Olympics -- slapped Leslie's hand.
which publishes the Press & Dakotan, Vermillion Plain Talk, Missouri Valley Shopper and Vermillion Broadcaster, announced it will build a new printing plant adjacent to the P&D's main plant, at the site of building that was razed.
Perhaps it is this Wordsworthian aversion to capriciousness that typifies the North Dakotan mind-set: leave well enough alone and "git-r-done.
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That North Dakotans are indomitable comes as no surprise: after all, they have survived Dakotan winters for generations.
In 1988, he was named the first-ever co-chair of the Democratic Policy Committee, making him the first South Dakotan ever to hold a Senate leadership position.