North Dakota

  1. a state of north central United States bordering on Canada
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How To Use North Dakota In A Sentence

  • Aanderud is a 1984 graduate of North Dakota State University with a bachelor's degree in agricultural education.
  • North Dakota is too cold to have large gatherings outdoors for nine months out of the year.
  • I looked up and caught sight of myself in the mirror, a startled-looking girl with several small red marks running down the side of her neck and a hickey the size of North Dakota on her chest…
  • Cool, wet weather at planting and again at harvest means North Dakota farmers still are out in the fields and few days behind getting durum, which is used to make semolina flour for pasta, in the bin. The Seattle Times
  • Deer walk around what you call the North Dakota / Saskatchewan border, eating on one side of it and defecating on the other, without ever seeing any sort of line.
  • So we can add Representative Ross and Senator Conrad of North Dakota to the list of Democrats who realise that the far-left wing of their party are so far out of touch of with average Americans that they're not even within shouting distance. Conservative Democrat gets The Last Word
  • This is among a host of questions concisely and winsomely addressed by the Bishop of Fargo, North Dakota, in a pastoral letter, ‘You Will Know the Truth and the Truth Will Set You Free.’
  • Combine French drought with U.S. planting issues and you have higher wheat markets," said Kayla Hoffman , a grain merchandiser in North Dakota, the top producer of spring wheat. Grains Futures Surge on Weather Worries
  • North Dakota attempted to take back the snow angel record Saturday.
  • In this new study, researchers compared air samples, microchemistry, tissue samples and other data from North Dakota with data from affected areas in Turkey. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
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