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  • 51state — Argillaceous Ar gil*la ceous, a. [L. argillaceus, fr. argilla.] Of the nature of clay; consisting of, or containing, argil or clay; clayey. [1913 Webster] {Argillaceous sandstone} (Geol.), a sandstone containing much clay. {Argillaceous iron ore} …

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  • 52State — noun State University, as the shortened form of any public university name …

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  • 53state — See: lie in state …

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  • 54state n — Nitrogen is not found in Ireland because it is not found in a free state . juvenile n …

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  • 55state — n 1. condition, stage, phase; situation, circumstance, state of affairs; form, shape. 2. predicament, scrape, plight, quandary, dilemma, fix, corner, pinch, Inf. pickle. 3. standing, rank, status, place, position, estate, station, place, footing; …

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  • 56State Council of the People's Republic of China — 中华人民共和国国务院 Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó Guówùyuàn …

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  • 57State Defense Forces — (SDF) (also known as State Guards, State Military Reserves, or State Militias) in the United States are military units that operate under the sole authority of a state government, although they are regulated by the National Guard Bureau through… …

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  • 58State College Area School District — We are the future! Type and location Type Public Country United States …

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  • 59State and Church — • The Church and the State are both perfect societies, that is to say, each essentially aiming at a common good commensurate with the need of mankind at large and ultimate in a generic kind of life, and each juridically competent to provide all… …

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  • 60State of New York —     State of New York     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► State of New York     One of the thirteen colonies of Great Britain, which on 4 July, 1776, adopted the Declaration of Independence and became the United States of America.     BOUNDARIES AND… …

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