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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
Boggle gives you 3 minutes to find as many words (3 letters or more) as you can in a grid of 16 letters. You can also try the grid of 16 letters. Letters must be adjacent and longer words score better. See if you can get into the grid Hall of Fame !
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The Governor of North Dakota is the chief executive of the U.S. state of North Dakota. The current Governor is Jack Dalrymple. The Governor has the power to sign and veto laws, and to call the Legislative Assembly into emergency session. The Governor is also chairman of the North Dakota Industrial Commission. The official residence of the Governor is the North Dakota Governor's Residence. There are no limits on the number of terms a governor may serve.
|1||John Miller||November 20, 1889–January 7, 1891||Republican||1843–1908|
|2||Andrew H. Burke||January 7, 1891–January 3, 1893||Republican||1850–1918|
|3||Eli C. D. Shortridge||January 3, 1893–January 10, 1895||Democratic-Independent||1830–1908|
|4||Roger Allin[note 1]||January 10, 1895–January 6, 1897||Republican||1848–1936|
|5||Frank A. Briggs||January 6, 1897–August 15, 1898||Republican||1858–1898|
|6||Joseph M. Devine[note 1]||August 15, 1898–January 3, 1899||Republican||1861–1938|
|7||Frederick B. Fancher||January 3, 1899–January 10, 1901||Republican||1852–1944|
|8||Frank White[note 2]||January 10, 1901–January 4, 1905||Republican||1856–1940|
|9||Elmore Y. Sarles||January 4, 1905–January 9, 1907||Republican||1859–1929|
|10||John Burke[note 2][note 3]||January 9, 1907–January 8, 1913||Democratic||1859–1937|
|11||L. B. Hanna[note 4]||January 8, 1913–January 3, 1917||Republican||1861–1948|
|12||Lynn Frazier[note 5]||January 3, 1917–November 23, 1921||Republican/NPL||1874–1947|
|13||Ragnvald A. Nestos||November 23, 1921–January 7, 1925||Republican/IVA||1877–1942|
|14||Arthur G. Sorlie||January 7, 1925–August 28, 1928||Republican/NPL||1874–1928|
|15||Walter Maddock[note 1]||August 28, 1928–January 9, 1929||Republican/NPL||1880–1951|
|16||George F. Shafer||January 9, 1929–December 31, 1932||Republican/IVA||1888–1948|
|17||William Langer[note 6]||December 31, 1932–June 21, 1934||Republican/NPL||1886–1959|
|18||Ole H. Olson[note 1]||June 21, 1934–January 7, 1935||Republican/NPL||1872–1954|
|19||Thomas H. Moodie||January 7, 1935–February 2, 1935||Democratic||1878–1948|
|20||Walter Welford[note 1]||February 2, 1935–January 6, 1937||Republican/NPL||1868–1952|
|21||William Langer[note 5][note 6]||January 6, 1937–January 5, 1939||Republican/NPL||1886–1959|
|22||John Moses[note 5]||January 5, 1939–January 4, 1945||Democratic||1885–1945|
|23||Fred George Aandahl[note 4]||January 4, 1945–January 3, 1951||Republican||1897–1966|
|24||Clarence Norman Brunsdale[note 5]||January 3, 1951–January 9, 1957||Republican||1891–1978|
|25||John E. Davis||January 9, 1957–January 4, 1961||Republican||1913–1990|
|26||William L. Guy[note 4]||January 4, 1961–January 2, 1973||Democratic-NPL||1919–|
|27||Arthur A. Link||January 2, 1973–January 6, 1981||Democratic-NPL||1914–2010|
|28||Allen I. Olson||January 6, 1981–January 1, 1985||Republican||1938–|
|29||George A. Sinner||January 1, 1985–December 15, 1992||Democratic-NPL||1928–|
|30||Ed Schafer[note 7]||December 15, 1992–December 15, 2000||Republican||1946–|
|31||John Hoeven[note 5]||December 15, 2000–December 7, 2010||Republican||1957–|
|32||Jack Dalrymple[note 1]||December 7, 2010–||Republican||1948–|
This is a table of congressional seats, other federal offices, and other governorships held by governors. All representatives and senators mentioned represented North Dakota except where noted.
|Name||Gubernatorial term||U.S. Congress||Other offices held|
|Frank White||1901–1905||Treasurer of the United States|
|John Burke||1907–1913||Treasurer of the United States|
|Fred G. Aandahl||1945–1951||H||United States Assistant Secretary of the Interior|
|Clarence Norman Brunsdale||1951–1957||S|
|Arthur A. Link||1973–1981||H|
|Ed Schafer||1992–2000||United States Secretary of Agriculture|
|Name||Gubernatorial term||Date of birth|
|William L. Guy||1961–1973||September 30, 1919|
|Allen I. Olson||1981–1985||November 5, 1938|
|George Sinner||1985–1992||May 19, 1928|
|Ed Schafer||1992–2000||August 8, 1946|
|John Hoeven||2000–2010||March 13, 1957|