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States

Meanings and phrases

Attorney General of the United States

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  1. the position of the head of the Justice Department and the chief law enforcement officer of the United States; Attorney General

Commonwealth of Independent States

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  1. an alliance made up of states that had been Soviet Socialist Republics in the Soviet Union prior to its dissolution in Dec 1991; CIS

Confederate States

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  1. the southern states that seceded from the United States in 1861; Confederacy; Confederate States of America; South; Dixie; Dixieland

Confederate States of America

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  1. the southern states that seceded from the United States in 1861; Confederacy; Confederate States; South; Dixie; Dixieland

Constitution of the United States

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  1. the constitution written at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 and subsequently ratified by the original thirteen states; United States Constitution; U.S. Constitution; US Constitution; Constitution

Federated States of Micronesia

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  1. a country scattered over Micronesia with a constitutional government in free association with the United States; achieved independence in 1986; Micronesia; TT

Great Seal of the United States

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  1. the seal of the United States government

Gulf States

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  1. a region of the United States comprising states bordering the Gulf of Mexico; Alabama and Florida and Louisiana and Mississippi and Texas
  2. the countries in southwestern Asia that border the Persian Gulf

Mid-Atlantic states

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  1. a region of the eastern United States comprising New York and New Jersey and Pennsylvania and Delaware and Maryland

Organization of American States

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  1. an association including most countries in the western hemisphere; created in 1948 to promote military and economic and social and cultural cooperation; OAS

Papal States

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  1. the temporal dominions belonging to the pope (especially in central Italy)

President of the United States

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  1. the person who holds the office of head of state of the United States government; United States President; President; Chief Executive
  2. the office of the United States head of state; President; Chief Executive

States General

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  1. assembly of the estates of an entire country especially the sovereign body of the Dutch republic from 16th to 18th centuries

States ' Rights Democratic Party

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  1. a former political party in the United States; formed in 1948 by Democrats from southern states in order to oppose to the candidacy of Harry S Truman; Dixiecrats

Supreme Court of the United States

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  1. the highest federal court in the United States; has final appellate jurisdiction and has jurisdiction over all other courts in the nation; Supreme Court; United States Supreme Court

United Mexican States

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  1. a republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810; Mexico

United States

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  1. North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776; United States of America; America; the States; US; U.S.; USA; U.S.A.
  2. the executive and legislative and judicial branches of the federal government of the United States; United States government; U.S. government; US Government; U.S.

United States Air Force

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  1. the airforce of the United States of America; the agency that defends the United States through control and exploitation of air and space; U. S. Air Force; US Air Force; Air Force; USAF

United States Air Force Academy

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  1. a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Air Force; US Air Force Academy

United States Army

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  1. the army of the United States of America; the agency that organizes and trains soldiers for land warfare; US Army; U. S. Army; Army; USA

United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory

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  1. a defense laboratory of the Criminal Investigation Command; the United States Army's primary forensic laboratory in support of criminal intelligence; U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; US Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory; USACIL

United States Army Rangers

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  1. a specially trained elite unit of the United States Army

United States Army Special Forces

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  1. a division of the United States Army that is specially trained for guerilla fighting; Special Forces; U. S. Army Special Forces

United States Attorney General

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  1. the person who holds the position of secretary of the Justice Department; Attorney General; US Attorney General

United States Border Patrol

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  1. the mobile law enforcement arm of the Immigration and Naturalization Service that detects and prevents illegal entry of aliens into the United States; US Border Patrol

United States Cabinet

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  1. a board to advise the President; members are the secretaries of executive departments; the United States constitution does not provide for the cabinet; US Cabinet

United States Civil War

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  1. civil war in the United States between the North and the South; 1861-1865; American Civil War; War between the States

United States Coast Guard

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  1. an agency of the Department of Transportation responsible for patrolling shores and facilitating nautical commerce; U. S. Coast Guard; US Coast Guard

United States Code

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  1. a consolidation and codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States; is prepared and published by a unit of the United States House of Representatives; U. S. Code

United States Congress

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  1. the legislature of the United States government; Congress; U.S. Congress; US Congress

United States Constitution

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  1. the constitution written at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 and subsequently ratified by the original thirteen states; U.S. Constitution; US Constitution; Constitution; Constitution of the United States

United States Customary System

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  1. the system of weights and measures based on the foot and pound and second and pint that dates back to colonial America but differs in some respects from the British Imperial System; today in the United States this system exists side by side with the SI system

United States Department of Defense

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  1. the federal department responsible for safeguarding national security of the United States; created in 1947; Department of Defense; Defense Department; Defense; DoD

United States Department of State

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  1. the federal department in the United States that sets and maintains foreign policies; Department of State; State Department; State; DoS

United States Fish and Wildlife Service

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  1. an agency in the Department of the Interior that conserves and protects fish and wildlife and their habitats; assesses the environmental impact of pesticides and nuclear power site and hydroelectric dams and thermal pollution; US Fish and Wildlife Service; FWS

United States Government Accounting Office

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  1. an independent nonpartisan federal agency that acts as the investigative arm of Congress making the executive branch accountable to Congress and the government accountable to citizens of the United States; Government Accounting Office; GAO

United States Government Printing Office

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  1. an agency of the legislative branch that provides printing and binding services for Congress and the departments and establishments of the federal government; US Government Printing Office; Government Printing Office; GPO

United States House of Representatives

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  1. the lower legislative house of the United States Congress; U.S. House of Representatives; US House of Representatives; House of Representatives; U.S. House; US House

United States Intelligence Community

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  1. a group of government agencies and organizations that carry out intelligence activities for the United States government; headed by the Director of Central Intelligence; Intelligence Community; National Intelligence Community; IC

United States Marine Corps

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  1. an amphibious division of the United States Navy; United States Marines; Marine Corps; US Marine Corps; USMC

United States Marines

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  1. an amphibious division of the United States Navy; United States Marine Corps; Marine Corps; US Marine Corps; USMC

United States Marshals Service

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  1. the United States' oldest federal law enforcement agency is responsible today for protecting the Federal Judiciary and transporting federal prisoners and protecting federal witnesses and managing assets seized from criminals and generally ensuring the effective operation of the federal judicial system; US Marshals Service; Marshals

United States Military Academy

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  1. a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Army; US Military Academy

United States Mint

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  1. the mint that manufactures and distributes United States coins for circulation through Federal Reserve Banks; processes gold and silver bullion; U.S. Mint; US Mint

United States National Library of Medicine

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  1. the world's largest medical library; National Library of Medicine; U.S. National Library of Medicine

United States Naval Academy

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  1. a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Navy; US Naval Academy

United States Navy

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  1. the navy of the United States of America; the agency that maintains and trains and equips combat-ready naval forces; US Navy; USN; Navy

United States Post Office

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  1. an independent agency of the federal government responsible for mail delivery (and sometimes telecommunications) between individuals and businesses in the United States; US Post Office; Post Office; PO

United States Postal Inspection Service

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  1. the primary law enforcement arm of the United States Postal Service; US Postal Inspection Service

United States Postal Service

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  1. an independent federal agency that provides mail processing and delivery service for individuals and businesses in the United States; US Postal Service; USPS

United States President

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  1. the person who holds the office of head of state of the United States government; President of the United States; President; Chief Executive

United States Public Health Service

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  1. an agency that serves as the office of Surgeon General; includes agencies whose mission is to improve the public health; PHS

United States Secret Service

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  1. the United States intelligence agency that protects current and former presidents and vice presidents and their immediate families and protects distinguished foreign visitors; detects and apprehends counterfeiters; suppresses forgery of government securities and documents; US Secret Service; USSS; Secret Service; SS

United States Senate

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  1. the upper house of the United States Congress; U.S. Senate; US Senate; Senate

United States Supreme Court

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  1. the highest federal court in the United States; has final appellate jurisdiction and has jurisdiction over all other courts in the nation; Supreme Court; Supreme Court of the United States

United States Trade Representative

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  1. the executive agency that administers the President's policies on international trade; US Trade Representative

United States Treasury

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  1. the federal department that collects revenue and administers federal finances; the Treasury Department was created in 1789; Department of the Treasury; Treasury Department; Treasury

United States Virgin Islands

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  1. more than 130 southeastern Virgin Islands; a dependent territory of the United States; American Virgin Islands; VI

United States dollar

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  1. the basic unit of money in the United States

United States dry unit

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  1. a unit of measurement of capacity for dry substances officially adopted in the United States Customary System

United States government

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  1. the executive and legislative and judicial branches of the federal government of the United States; United States; U.S. government; US Government; U.S.

United States intelligence agency

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  1. an intelligence service in the United States

United States liquid unit

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  1. a liquid unit officially adopted in the United States Customary System

United States of America

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  1. North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776; United States; America; the States; US; U.S.; USA; U.S.A.

United States waters

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  1. territorial waters included within a distance of 12 nautical miles of the coasts of the United States and its territories; U.S. waters

Vice President of the United States

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  1. the vice president of the United States who presides over the United States Senate

War between the States

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  1. civil war in the United States between the North and the South; 1861-1865; American Civil War; United States Civil War

capital of the United States

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  1. the capital of the United States in the District of Columbia and a tourist mecca; George Washington commissioned Charles L'Enfant to lay out the city in 1791; Washington; Washington D.C.; American capital

eastern United States

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  1. the region of the United States lying to the north of the Ohio River and to the east of the Mississippi River; East

midwestern United States

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  1. the north central region of the United States (sometimes called the heartland or the breadbasket of America); Midwest; middle west

northeastern United States

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  1. the northeastern region of the United States; Northeast

northwestern United States

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  1. the northwestern region of the United States; Northwest

southeastern United States

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  1. the southeastern region of the United States; Southeast

southwestern United States

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  1. the southwestern region of the United States generally including New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Nevada, California, and sometimes Utah and Colorado; Southwest

states ' rights

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  1. a doctrine that federal powers should be curtailed and returned to the individual states
  2. the rights conceded to the states by the United States constitution

the States

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  1. North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776; United States; United States of America; America; US; U.S.; USA; U.S.A.

western United States

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  1. the region of the United States lying to the west of the Mississippi River; West

member states

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  • All member states of the OAU were members of PANA.
  • As of 31 January 2020, the EU has 27 member states.
  • Ten member states expressed an interest in the case.

other states

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  • Groups from other states were requesting information.
  • In other states, however, no additional fee is required.
  • Four other states have passed similar laws.

all states

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  • Let "H" be the subspace of all states with ghost number "n".
  • This is the fewest among all states.
  • The majority of all voters and all states rejected the proposal.

southern states

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  • In some southern states, the militia and army served as slave patrols.
  • The town is a major transport nexus between the southern states and Queensland.
  • Subsequent thaws accompanied by heavy rain over the southern states led to flooding.

several states

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  • She spoke about women's suffrage in several states.
  • Disjunct colonies can be found in several states.
  • A judge dropped complaints from several states involved in the suit.

many states

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  • Esperanto attracted the suspicion of many states.
  • Still, many states retain selected common law crimes.
  • Book marketing is governed by the law in many states.

different states

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  • It on the NH27 and connected to different states.
  • All teams are from different states in Australia.
  • However, different states had different corporate laws.

states such

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  • Strong ties through trade and commerce sustained ancient states such as the Kingdom of Tondo.
  • It therefore shares the same status as OECD member states such as the UK, the US, Spain or Germany.
  • In the western region, the policy especially benefited the coastal states such as Maharashtra and Gujarat.

princely states

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  • Keonjhar was one of the Indian princely states.
  • After the merger of princely states into PEPSU the Patronage of State Govt.
  • Following Indian independence, merger of the princely states remained a major question.

theorem states

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  • The theorem states that for every , is an integer.
  • Zermelo's theorem states that it is possible to solve chess, i.e.
  • More precisely, the Sipser–Lautemann theorem states that formula_1.

most states

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  • These four elements were eventually codified in most states.
  • Prior to the election of 1824, most states did not have a popular vote.
  • Bhatrajus are classified under the Other Backward Classes in most states of Southern India.

various states

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  • The district has many old brownstones in various states of repair.
  • Kerelaw Castle is now a ruin, with three walls surviving in various states of decay.
  • The Projects Division controls the operation in various states and project appraisal.

consensus states

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  • The website's critical consensus states: "A startlingly inept film, "Ballistic: Ecks vs.
  • The consensus states that "its sadistic violence is unappealing and is lacking in suspense and mystery."
  • The consensus states that "With a plot as creaky as the boat, "Ghost Ship" fails to deliver the scares".

states and territories

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  • Several other states and territories followed suit afterward.
  • The hoary-headed grebe is found in all states and territories of Australia.
  • Good Friday and Easter Monday are public holidays across all states and territories.

sovereign states

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  • Politically, the world has around 200 sovereign states.
  • In fact, war was only understood as a conflict between sovereign states.
  • As the Lions represent two sovereign states, they do not have a national anthem.

neighboring states

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  • The limits are fixed in coordination with neighboring states.
  • The neighboring states divided up the country in three partition stages.
  • Later, he made himself a formidable ruler to all of his neighboring states.

individual states

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  • All the individual states of Malaysia have their own regional anthems.
  • The individual states decide whether these delegates are bound or unbound.
  • Some individual states have also taken legislative action to recognize this day.

report states

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  • The official police report states that Kirpa committed suicide.
  • A government report states that she became a West Indiaman, but there is no confirmatory evidence.
  • The report states "within the recorded crimes there are 126 indecent acts and 34 rape/penetration offences."

independent states

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  • Elizabeth II was Sovereign of the following 16 independent states until they later became republics.
  • At the time, Ethiopia was one of the few independent states in Africa and a major power in the Horn of Africa.
  • In July 1920 French Mandate of Syria was declared, and the country was divided into several independent states.

both states

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  • Bodine practiced architecture in both states thereafter.
  • Additionally, both states have large country music scenes.
  • In both states unmarked cars are used.

website states

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  • The Leinster Senior League website states it was established in 1896.
  • The church's website states that they "maintain a traditional theological position."
  • Since 2011 the parade has not been held and its website states it is looking for a venue.

new states

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  • Once the new states began to form, conflicts among them began.
  • Three seats were added for the new states of New Mexico (2), and Arizona (1).
  • No new states were admitted to the Union under the Articles of Confederation.

number of states

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  • A number of states attempted to regulate DDT.
  • It is simple and reliable because it has the least number of states.
  • This is because a FSM's memory is limited by the number of states it has.

mental states

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  • These mental states are the determining aspect of behaviour.
  • Psychology is the science that investigates mental states directly.
  • The early texts condemn the mental states that lead to violent behavior.

western states

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  • The group flew routine tactical airlift missions in the western states.
  • It led to the developing western states and linked with Mississippi River traffic.
  • In 1975, a tour of the western states included "Seven Keys to Baldpate" by George M. Cohan.

between states

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  • Previously tariffs between states were prohibited.
  • Their jurisdiction varies between states.
  • Procedures for constitutional amendment vary between states.

further states

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  • He further states that he would be embarrassed to ask them about this.
  • The report further states the length of the structure as and the width as .
  • He further states that the month was named after a goddess "Eostre" whose feast was in that month.

between the states

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  • Its Presidency rotates between the states every six months.
  • It is not known whether this issue has affected relations between the states.
  • The park is located between the states of Morelos and State of Mexico, Mexico.

northern states

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  • These areas were located near northern states and were often under Union control.
  • Relief funds were set up in the northern states of America to support the UK cotton workers.
  • "D. anilis" is Holarctic, present in Canada and many northern states of the United States in the Nearctic.

successor states

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  • After dissolution of Yugoslavia it is passed on successor states.
  • All the successor states of former Yugoslavia accepted the agreements.
  • The modern states of the Philippines and Malaysia became the successor states of the said treaties.

eastern states

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  • This was the most devastating blow Qin delivered to the two eastern states to date.
  • Tollways are found in the eastern states of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.
  • Dutch is taught in states bordering the Netherlands, and Polish in the eastern states bordering Poland.

city states

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  • A number of city states developed in the Archaic period.
  • Taras (or Tarentum) was among the most prominent city states.
  • It has also been argued that anarcho-capitalism dissolves into city states.

federal states

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  • The city is one of Germany's 16 federal states.
  • There are regional associations in all 16 federal states.
  • TLG and BVVG remain the largest real estate owners in the new federal states.

oxidation states

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  • Sulfur's oxidation states are −2, +2, +4, and +6.
  • Tellurium's oxidation states are −2, +2, +4, and +6.
  • Californium exhibits oxidation states of 4, 3, or 2.

theory states

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  • The theory states that a person's cultural worldviews (religion, values, etc.)
  • A theory states the cervical and uterine contractions during orgasm draw semen into the uterus.
  • This theory states that a foundation is shallow if its depth is less than or equal to its width.

source states

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  • One source states "Jastrząb" was escorting PQ 15, i.e.
  • Another source states that "Flying Lark" was attacked on 1 or 2 May.
  • One source states that a post office was established later that year.

law states

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  • The ideal gas law states: where "n" is the number of moles of gas and is the gas constant.
  • Thus the ideal gas law states that internal energy is directly proportional to temperature.
  • More specifically, Ohm's law states that the "R" in this relation is constant, independent of the current.

neighbouring states

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  • People from neighbouring states along with the host state arrives every year for a week.
  • Relations with neighbouring states have normalized somewhat since the breakup of Yugoslavia.
  • Aside from those two countries, Chad generally enjoys good relations with its neighbouring states.

nation states

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  • In effect, the nation states reconstituted the "lex mercatoria" in their image.
  • Especially pressing in Europe was the formation of nation states after the Napoleonic era.
  • They may be developed, acquired, stockpiled or deployed by nation states or by non-national groups.

among states

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  • , Alabama has the sixth highest poverty rate among states in the U.S.
  • Pennsylvania ranked 40th among states with SAT scores: Verbal 493, Math 501, Writing 479.
  • Pennsylvania ranked 40th among states with SAT scores: Verbal – 493, Math – 501, Writing – 479.

fifty states

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  • By 1985 it was active in all fifty states.
  • All fifty states criminalize driving while under the influence of drugs.
  • New Jersey is ranked 47th of the fifty states that comprise the United States of America in terms of area.

states including

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  • By 1860, fourteen states including several from New England had adopted Christmas as a legal holiday.
  • In northern states including Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, the cooking pots are called "handi".
  • The 1902 Newlands Reclamation Act funded irrigation projects on arid lands in 20 states including California.

legend states

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  • The legend states that her body had turned to stone.
  • Another legend states that Nayanmar saint Sakya was a staunch devotee of Shiva.
  • Local legend states that the city of Durham was founded in 995 AD by divine intervention.

states as well

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  • Bohrium may therefore show these lower states as well.
  • Many European and South American states as well as Japan joined the convention.
  • Today, Miss Continental has preliminaries representing various U.S. states as well as Canada and Europe.

quantum states

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  • Bound quantum states have discrete energy levels.
  • The PBR theorem does not exclude such epistemic views on quantum states.
  • Solutions of the Dirac equation contained negative energy quantum states.
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  • The website's critical consensus states: "A startlingly inept film, "Ballistic: Ecks vs.
  • The critical consensus states that "The Taste of Others is a fresh, witty comedy about the attraction of opposites.
  • The website's critical consensus states, "Kubrick's intense study of the human psyche yields an impressive cinematic work."

slave states

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  • Eight remaining slave states continued to reject calls for secession.
  • New states admitted to the union in this territory would never be slave states.
  • Not included were the Union slave states of Maryland, Delaware, Missouri and Kentucky.

states that all

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  • The constitution states that all Maldivians must be Sunni Muslim.
  • It states that all courts are to be “united” for the common good.
  • The spring states that all fish must be released back into the stream.

states that every

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  • It states that every domain of formula_1 (i.e.
  • It states that every convex body in 3-dimensional space has a circumscribed cube, i.e.
  • The Busemann conjecture states that every Busemann "G"-space is a topological manifold.

states during

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  • Such arrangements were more prevalent in the Southern states during the antebellum years.
  • All elements of QFES are often sent on deployment to assist other states during disasters.
  • In some Southern states during the 1960s, school vouchers were used as a way to perpetuate segregation.

states within

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  • Type III proteins like peripherin can exist in different states within a cell.
  • The same was true for the three republican German states within the pre-1918 Empire.
  • Neighboring states within Germany are Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Thuringia, and Saxony.

small states

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  • "Can it be expected that the small states will act from pure disinterestedness?
  • He is most prominent for his research on small states and Iceland's European integration.
  • The Karenni States were a collection of small states inhabited by Karenni people, ruled by petty princes named "myozas".

among the states

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E.g.
  • Usage of the terms varies among the states.
  • In these cases, the applicable law was bound in peace treaties among the states.
  • The region of Franconia is divided among the states of Hesse, Thuringia, Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg.

few states

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  • American marten are trapped for their fur in all but a few states and provinces where they occur.
  • Power would be made available to few states expected to face shortages from states with a surplus, through regional transmission links.
  • One of the few states that can be considered close to achieving this state of separation of powers would be the United States of America.

emotional states

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  • Wamphyrii psychology is based around a combination of their intensified emotional states and fear.
  • Her collections have been inspired by themes of peace, the Ramonda serbica flower, and emotional states.
  • Abstracts are used to convey emotional states and include words such as "sícyere" (“insanity”) and "wyere" (“cold”).

states that when

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  • Tradition states that when El Cid first laid eyes on her, he was enamoured of her great beauty.
  • As he leaves with Fishy, Lobo states that when he returns he "might not be on his best behavior".
  • Later in the account Adam states that when a marriage is performed a libation is made to the image of Fricco.

all the states

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  • It is applicable to all the states of India.
  • The same pattern is used for all the states of Australia except Victoria.
  • She is the head of state of all the states and territories using the EC$, except for Dominica.

states of consciousness

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  • Other states of consciousness are swapna, susupti and turiya.
  • Later commentators increased the states of consciousness from four to seven.
  • Transpersonal anthropology studies the relationship between altered states of consciousness and culture.

states require

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  • Several states require people to provide their names to the police.
  • Currently, several cities and states require police to inform citizens of their right to deny a search.
  • Several states require that all parties consent when one party wants to record a telephone conversation.

following states

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  • Currently the following states are not subscribers:
  • The road passes through the following states and cities: Note: As Fed.
  • The frequency of the surname was higher than national average in the following states and union territories:

states that

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  • Article I.1 states that “the human right to water is indispensable for leading a life of human dignity.
  • "Publishers Weekly" states that “the collection is probably too retro to appeal to serious fans of speculative fiction."
  • The ALFRED web site states that “In general, economic data for past observation periods are revised as more accurate estimates become available.

border states

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  • They're border states.
  • All the border states rejected President Lincoln's proposal for compensated emancipation.
  • There would be strong opposition among Copperhead Democrats and an uncertain reaction from loyal border states.

surrounding states

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  • Pearl millet is a food widely used in Borno state and its surrounding states, it is the most widely grown and harvested crop.
  • From 1966 to 1989, the SAAF was committed to the Border War, which was fought in northern South West Africa and surrounding states.
  • Humble introduced the Enco brand in 1960 in Oklahoma and surrounding states, to replace Humble's subsidiary Oklahoma and Pate brands.

then states

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  • He then states that nothing is better than "killin’ Cong".
  • Tommy then states that lola told him to go to the mango tree and runs off.
  • Bec then states they have to make sure that everything happens as it did before.

article states

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  • The article states the film's efforts to make a possessed lamp seem scary "border on camp".
  • The article states that roughly 30 workers have complained about the labor conditions Wang provides.
  • The article states: "Finding more HyMoRS helps us understand what kind of galaxy can turn out this way, and what gives them their unusual properties.

all member states

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  • Regulations are binding on all member states effective immediately.
  • Almost all member states supported that goal at an EU summit in June 2019.
  • Nearly all member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation took part in the summit.

smaller states

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  • The MCGM's annual budget exceeds that of some of India's smaller states.
  • The Copa do Brasil is an opportunity for teams from smaller states to play against the big teams.
  • Following the death of Turco-Mongol ruler Timurlane, his empire begins fragmenting into smaller states.

respective states

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  • Both were established in their respective states as insurers of last resort.
  • The lakes are arranged alphabetically within their respective states or federal territories.
  • However, Congress party workers in some states filed complaints with cyber crime cells of their respective states.

explicitly states

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E.g.
  • However, the website for the Koasati Language Project explicitly states that these consonants are never aspirated.
  • In fact, their father Ares even explicitly states that both are separate individuals within the 2006 "Ares: God of War" mini-series.
  • The verses 2.178 and 4.176 of Quran explicitly states at least three distinct and unequal categories of human beings: free, slaves and women.

tradition states

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  • Oral tradition states that the church was once a pilgrimage destination.
  • Oral tradition states that the Ndamba people were originally an offshoot of the Pogoro people.
  • According to George Coedes, tradition states Ramathibodi I founded Dvaravati Sri Ayudhya in 1350.

more states

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  • More states also meant more states in which to have long civil wars.
  • The number continues to grow steadily as more states seek to legalize casinos.
  • For a net current to flow, more states for one direction than for the other direction must be occupied.

excited states

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E.g.
  • The following table lists different excited states.
  • In nuclear physics, nuclear isomers are excited states of atomic nuclei.
  • In rovibronic transitions, the excited states involve three wave functions.

vassal states

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  • All the vassal states of Pagan revolted right after the king's death, and went their own way.
  • The record represents the first document of Croatian realms, vassal states of Francia at the time.

multiple states

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E.g.
  • While some of the symbols are unique to Washington, others are used by multiple states.
  • These multiple states provide a Hilbert space on which quantum computation can be done.
  • The same report found 3 million voters registered in multiple states, presumably due to changes of residency.

states the following

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E.g.
  • The FAA Airworthiness Directives Manual, states the following: 8.
  • Then Engel's theorem states the following are equivalent: Note that no assumption on the underlying base field is required.
  • In the 2011 video game Portal 2, the Fact Sphere in the boss level states the following: "William Shakespeare did not exist.

free states

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  • Since the banning of slavery north of the Mason–Dixon line there had always been equal numbers of slave and free states.
  • At first, the new states carved out of these territories entering the union were apportioned equally between slave and free states.
  • During the 1850s, concern over the spread of slavery into the territories and into the free states became the primary concern of American politics.

communist states

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  • In the same year, East Germany exported $30.7 billion worth of goods; 65% to other communist states.
  • Fatah received weapons, explosives and training from the Soviet Union and some of the communist states of East Europe.
  • Knabe is noted for several works on oppression in the former communist states of Eastern Europe, particularly in East Germany.

foreign states

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  • Eventually foreign states had taken advantage of the vacuum and replaced the nobility of the Commonwealth as the real arbiter of royal elections and of overall power in Poland-Lithuania.
  • The 2005 announcement cited a "possible worsening of the internal political situation in the Russian Federation and the likelihood of mass disorders and aggressive actions by foreign states."
  • The president may appoint and dismiss heads of diplomatic missions of Ukraine to other states and to international organizations and accept the recall of diplomatic representatives to Ukraine of foreign states.

states across

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  • There are a number of similar bills that have been introduced in states across the country.
  • Rosenberg has worked on the ground to help elect Democrats in 12 states across the country.
  • Rusty Taco Rusty Taco is a chain of fast food Taco restaurants in nine states across the United States.

review states

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  • The Allmusic review states, "1958's "MAX" shows Max Roach at the top of his game.
  • The Allmusic review states "From the historical standpoint, this release is essential".
  • The review states: "everything about "DRAMAtical Murder" is bizarre, but it makes for a very interesting game".

states except

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E.g.
  • It includes all European states except for Belarus and Vatican City.
  • All states except Nebraska and Maine use a winner-take-all allocation of electors.
  • Connecticut does not have county government, unlike all other states except Rhode Island.

clearly states

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  • Obama's father's immigration file also clearly states Barack Obama was born in Hawaii.
  • One gladiator's tomb dedication clearly states that her decisions are not to be trusted.
  • A clear title to property is one that clearly states any obligation in the deed to the property.

states do not

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E.g.
  • Some states do not have any income tax.
  • Technically, states do not collapse directly due to a sovereign default event itself.
  • Although the term "bankrupt" may be used referring to a government, sovereign states do not go bankrupt.

states plus

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E.g.
  • Each of the 50 states plus DC has its own corporation law.
  • As of February 2018, the Convention has been ratified by 187 states, which includes 185 UN member states plus the Cook Islands and State of Palestine.
  • Copa do Brasil The Copa do Brasil () is a knockout football competition played by 91 teams, representing all 26 Brazilian states plus the Federal District.

serving the states

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  • It operates as train number 19053 from to and as train number 19054 in the reverse direction serving the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
  • It operates as train number 19057 from to and as train number 19058 in the reverse direction serving the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
  • It operates as train number 19051 from to and as train number 19052 in the reverse direction serving the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

density of states

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E.g.
  • A more recent quantum description is given in terms of atomic contributions to the electronic density of states.
  • The biggest problem in performing a multicanonical ensemble is that the density of states has to be known "a priori".
  • From the Fermi golden rule, the transition probabilities can be written as where formula_2 is the density of states.

account states

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  • One account states its clutch consisted of a single egg.
  • Another account states that he returned to Mexico and served in the army there.
  • One account states that on two occasions they walked within yards of his hideout.

states

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E.g.
  • By the evening of March 4, 32 of the 48 states – as well as the District of Columbia – had closed their banks.
  • By the evening of March 4, 32 of the 48 states – as well as the District of Columbia – had closed their banks.
  • Mid-Atlantic RegionThe Mid-Atlantic Region consisted of 30 parks in five states – Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and Virginia.

possible states

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E.g.
  • The problem is that infinitely many possible states are present.
  • There exist only limited possible states of energy for electrons, atoms and molecules.
  • They have two possible states: one is that A and B have no interactions with each other.

states began

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E.g.
  • Once the new states began to form, conflicts among them began.
  • Shortly after the action, other states began taking action against VSI.
  • Also the states began to get back their own debased coins in taxes and customs fees.

energy states

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E.g.
  • Semiconductors are dielectrics so electrons can feel and become trapped at defect energy states.
  • In the case of an electromagnetic wave these energy states are called quanta of light or photons.
  • The triplet deuteron nucleon is barely bound at E = , and none of the higher energy states are bound.

states that no

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E.g.
  • The CDC states that no scientific evidence definitively answers whether mobile phone use causes cancer.
  • He also states that no doubt further sporadic raids continued throughout the Umayyad rule, though not noted by historians.
  • The Pauli exclusion principle states that no two electrons in an atom can have the same values of all four quantum numbers.

text states

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E.g.
  • Shakespeare's text states: "Enter Ghost of Banquo, and sits in Macbeth's place."
  • “Again, the skillful Vāmaśiva was the preceptor of Śrī Yaśovardhana, bearing as king the name Śrī Yaśovarman,” the Sanskrit text states.
  • The text states: "A person who substantially complies in good faith with provisions of this chapter shall be deemed to be in compliance with this chapter."

states did

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E.g.
  • Prior to the election of 1824, most states did not have a popular vote.
  • The states did so to make electricity systems "more resilient and interactive".
  • Systems of the same atoms prepared with other initial states did thermalize as expected.
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