state[ steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF state
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But can the safety of the state be secured by merely excluding the vicious poor?
Well, if you have any business, you may state it at once, as I am quite busy.
They now state they are only horses' bones, and not men's, as first stated.
The State exists only as an integral portion of the United States.
When the Kings were weak the nobles often managed to get hold of the State.
Such was the state of things at the commencement of our story.
The "state," as a matter of fact, is quite a recent invention.
It was difficult to state with certainty what bad deed she had ever done, or what good deed.
It is a danger that lurks and hides in the sources and fountains of power in every state.
The latter realized that in her present state Evelyn could not be comforted.