Tarheel


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Tar Heel

or Tar·heel  (tär′hēl′)
n.
A native or resident of North Carolina.

[Perhaps from the tar that was once a major product of the state.]
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Noun1.Tarheel - a native or resident of North Carolina
American - a native or inhabitant of the United States
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