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states, plural;
  1. Of, provided by, or concerned with the civil government of a country
    • - the future of state education
    • - a state secret
  2. Used or done on ceremonial occasions; involving the ceremony associated with a head of state
    • - a state visit to Hungary by Queen Elizabeth
  1. Express something definitely or clearly in speech or writing
    • - the report stated that more than 51 percent of voters failed to participate
    • - “Money hasn't changed me,” she stated firmly
    • - people will be invited to state their views
  2. Specify the facts of (a case) for consideration
    • - judges must give both sides an equal opportunity to state their case
  3. Present or introduce (a theme or melody) in a composition

  1. The particular condition that someone or something is in at a specific time
    • - the state of the company's finances
    • - we're worried about her state of mind
  2. A physical condition as regards internal or molecular form or structure
    • - water in a liquid state
  3. An agitated or anxious condition
    • - don't get into a state
  4. A dirty or untidy condition
    • - look at the state of you—what a mess!
  5. A nation or territory considered as an organized political community under one government
    • - Germany, Italy, and other European states
  6. An organized political community or area forming part of a federal republic
    • - the German state of Bavaria
  7. The civil government of a country
    • - services provided by the state
    • - state-owned companies
    • - King Fahd appointed a council to advise him on affairs of state
  8. The legislative body in Jersey, Guernsey, and Alderney

  9. Pomp and ceremony associated with monarchy or high levels of government
    • - he was buried in state
  10. An impression taken from an etched or engraved plate at a particular stage

  11. A particular printed version of the first edition of a book, distinguished from others by prepublication changes

  1. express in words; "He said that he wanted to marry her"; "tell me what is bothering you"; "state your opinion"; "state your name"
  2. the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation; "his state is in the deep south"
  3. submit: put before; "I submit to you that the accused is guilty"
  4. the way something is with respect to its main attributes; "the current state of knowledge"; "his state of health"; "in a weak financial state"
  5. express: indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.; "Can you express this distance in kilometers?"
  6. the group of people comprising the government of a sovereign state; "the state has lowered its income tax"
  7. In computer science and automata theory, a state is a unique configuration of information in a program or machine. It is a concept that occasionally extends into some forms of systems programming such as lexers and parsers.
  8. In control theory, states are what characterize a system. In other words, state is the essence of the past that affects the future. With linear systems states are not unique, but can be transformed into equivalent states using certain linear transformations.
  9. In functional analysis, a state on a C*-algebra is a positive linear functional of norm 1. The set of states of a C*-algebra A, sometimes denoted by S(A), is always a convex set. The extremal points of S(A) are called pure states. ...
  10. Germany is made up of sixteen Länder (singular Land, German for "land" or "country"), generally referred to in English as states. In official English translations, the term "land" is commonly used. ...
  11. . There are several U.S. states that have an official state horse.
  12. India is a federal union of states comprising twenty-eight states and seven union territories. The states and territories are further subdivided into districts and so on.
  13. Any sovereign polity. A government; A condition; Pomp, ceremony, or dignity; The stable condition of a processor during a particular clock cycle; The set of all parameters relevant to a computation; The values of all parameters at some point in a computation; A society larger than a tribe. ...
  14. State University, as the shortened form of any public university name
  15. (stately) Of people: regal, dignified; worthy of respect; Of movement: dignified; deliberate, unhurried; Imposing; grand, impressive; In a stately manner
  16. (States) Alabama | Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Delaware | District of Columbia | Florida | Georgia | Hawaii | Idaho | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | Mississippi | ...
  17. (States) (1) Conduct peaceful and warlike relations with other states; (2) claim a monopoly over the use of force within their boundaries and generally seek to order society through power relations; (3) can provide identity and cohesion through processes of legitimation; (4) act as agents within ...
  18. (States) A tournament held in most states.  Also called Territory or Province Championships in some countries.  Winners of this tournament will receive travel awards and a bye to his/her country’s National Championship.  The tournament is known as the first bigger tournament of the season.
  19. (States) Dover (Delaware) · Drew (Florida) · Jacksonville (Florida) · Key West (Florida) · Lantana (Florida) · Miami (Florida) · Orlando (Florida) · Savannah (Georgia) · Grenier (New Hampshire) · Atlantic City (New Jersey) · Fort Dix (New Jersey) · Mitchel (New York) · Bluethenthal (North ...
  20. (States) Goiás, Mato Grosso, Tocantins, Pará
  21. (States) It seems these are like places, or perhaps separated areas, that resemble odd shapes when put down on paper. A man that you’ve heard of, Walt Whitman, once said, ‘The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem. ...
  22. (States) Nude South Whales | Northern OZ | Kingsland | Southern Territory | Foreigners | Tramland | Terra Australis | Drunk | KoalaWalla Land
  23. (States) Temporary emotional and cognitive experiences; they are transient, and are under great environmental influence, though they often reflect underlying traits as well.
  24. (States) The user-defined steps cards go through on their way from the Backlog to Done. For some teams this may be a single step “Doing”, for others it can be a very complex workflow. See CARD_STATES
  25. (States) are used to set-up all of the pipeline processing. Direct3D uses the concept of states to alter the way things are rendered. The Direct3D device, which provides a set of interfaces supporting 3D rendering, is considered a state computer.