Recent Examples of intrastate from the Web
FSU has beaten Miami seven games in a row in this intrastate and conference rivalry, the longest streak by either team in the 59 times the schools have met since first doing so in 1955.
Under Pai's direction, the FCC dropped its court defense of rules capping the intrastate phone rates charged to prisoners.
When a bus operates only within one state, or intrastate, that duty falls on state or local law enforcement and a state agency, such as the Missouri Department of Transportation or the Kansas Corporation Commission.
Given their fierce intrastate rivalry with the Rangers, the Astros would appear to be longshots, and most of the other teams have voiced a preference for controllable pitchers.
The NHL released the regular-season home openers for all 31 NHL teams Wednesday, and the Florida Panthers will begin the 2017-18 season with a back-to-back set against intrastate rival, the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Although broadband network traffic is interstate, ISPs' communications with consumers are intrastate and can thus be regulated by individual states, the group argued.
A federal appeals court today struck down price caps on intrastate phone calls made by prisoners.
In a minor victory for inmate advocates, the court said that the commission can limit additional fees specifically connected to interstate, but not intrastate, calls.
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First Known Use of intrastate
INTRASTATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intrastate for English Language Learners
: occurring within a state
legal Definition of intrastate
- interstate and intrastate commerce
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