Hoosier


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Hoo·sier

 (ho͞o′zhər)
n.
A native or resident of Indiana.

[Origin unknown.]

Hoosier

(ˈhuːʒɪə)
n
(Peoples) US a native or inhabitant of Indiana
[C19: origin unknown]

Hoo•sier

(ˈhu ʒər)

n.
a native or inhabitant of Indiana (used as a nickname).
[1920–30, Amer.; of uncertain orig.]
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Noun1.Hoosier - a native or resident of Indiana
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will raise Class F fly ash supply capabilities to Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky concrete and cement producers through an exclusive agreement to market coal combustion products (CCP) from the Hoosier Energy Merom Generating Station in western Indiana.
Located in Decatur, Indiana, with almost 50 employees in a 50,000 square foot facility, Hoosier Pattern stays committed to quality products getting delivered to customers on-time and on-budget.
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Hoosier Harvest Market is a cooperative that is connecting Indiana food producers with consumers who seek locally grown food products.
The court said in its March 2012 decision that the prevailing party, Hoosier, could recover only costs related to actual copying (of hard documents, electronic data and video), which reduced the award to Hoosier by more than $95,000.
Hoosier has spent more than 50 years in the race tire business.
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