nebraskan nebraskan  /nəb ˈræ skən/


  • (n) a native or resident of Nebraska


  1. Pribnow, Yount selected as all-stars

    Alex Gordon isn’t the only Nebraskan going to an All-Star Game.
    on July 9, 2013     Source: Fremont Tribune

  2. A Brit's-eye view of the Sower's state

    A team of three men from the U.K. spent Saturday sightseeing in Lincoln from inside a helicopter. And in a few days, they've seen more of Nebraska than many Nebraskans.
    on July 7, 2013     Source: Lincoln Journal Star


  1. Bruning spoke extensively about his Nebraska roots and promised to represent the state as a "permanent Nebraskan, not a temporary Virginian," suggesting that Hagel has distanced himself from the state and has retained residency for political...
    on Jun 7, 2007 By: Jon Bruning Source: Fremont Tribune

  2. "Despite the challenges between our countries, we hope to increase the number of Nebraskan products sold here," said Gov. Dave Heineman, heading the delegation in Havana and on his third visit to the communist-run island, despite being from...
    on Mar 28, 2007 By: Dave Heineman Source: Washington Post

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