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Synonyms for state

Synonyms for state

manner of being or form of existence

a condition of excited distress

an organized geopolitical unit

to utter publicly

to declare by way of a systematic statement

to put into words positively and with conviction

Synonyms for state

the way something is with respect to its main attributes

the group of people comprising the government of a sovereign state

(chemistry) the three traditional states of matter are solids (fixed shape and volume) and liquids (fixed volume and shaped by the container) and gases (filling the container)

a state of depression or agitation

put before

indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.

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The Democrats in 1998 captured control of the state senate for the first time since 1912, the year Republicans throughout the nation were divided by Teddy Roosevelt's Bull Moose rebellion.
Department of State has provided direction pertaining to a number of commonly asked questions.
However, if the state does not have a sufficient nexus with the dealer, it may collect a use tax from the consumer.
While using the report to brief state government and legislative leaders, DOH and DSHS staff received highly visible support from the governor.
With a driver's license, there is no requirement to stop at the border and notify the state that you are entering if you are a nonresident of that state.
State funds that are tax exempt shouldn't be allowed to write business in other states, and Utah is a prime example of that," said Rita Nowak, vice president of workers' compensation for the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America.
The various state plans are markedly heterogeneous in their personal contact-avoidance measures and prophylaxis (Appendix Table 2).
It has been suggested that taxpayers can comply with the Model Statute's requirements by providing copies of every tax return filed with every state and that this alternative will ameliorate any compliance concerns.
In the course of commenting on a report from the Center for Global Development, Francis Fukuyama, a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, argued that "it should be abundantly clear that state weakness and failure [are] the single most critical threat to U.
In an essay entitled 'Socialism,' which was published soon after the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, Weber noted that a socialist regime with economic planning would combine two bureaucracies that under capitalism were distinct, those of the state and the modern corporation.
79-586), commonly referred to as the George-Barden Act, state guidance and counseling supervisors and counselor trainers met to establish the basic training program for school counselors.
Recognition of Muslims and the State in Britain, France and Germany as an extremely valuable contribution is assured by Fetzer and Soper's attention to the historical, cultural and political context of Muslims in three settlement countries, their use of existing theory, their emphasis on national variations in church/state relations, and their consideration of "mass attitudes" in explaining variations in state accommodation to Muslims' religious needs.
The agency is seeking to consolidate the information in an effort to maximize resources, improve efficiency and reduce government spending as part of a broader push across state departments by Schwarzenegger.
In a high-profile example of reform, the New York state legislature unanimously passed a measure that will overhaul oversight and beef up enforcement of assisted living communities.
Maine receives an orange rating from ECS in both standards and assessments, but state assessment director Brud Maxcy says Maine actually has little work to do because its been giving science assessments for several years.