Definition of multistate
1 : having divisions in several states multistate enterprises
2 : of, relating to, or involving several states
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Andrew Cunanan ended a multistate killing spree with the murder of Italian designer Gianni Versace.
Within a day, Langenberg and Bill Mytton, then a DNR big-game specialist, were arranging to fly to Sidney, Neb., for a multistate meeting on chronic wasting disease.
Residents were no longer able to buy tickets for two multistate lotteries, and at least one credit rating agency warned that the state’s rating could be lowered to junk, below any other state.
But Kenwood is notable for its mix of retail, including some shops that are unique in a multistate area.
No one has signed up for a multistate adventure in it, so far, but for the daily chores of commuting and shopping, the Soul is a small wonder to which the turbo engine now adds an element of scoot.
That's because the multistate organizations that run those games — Powerball and Mega Millions — have told Illinois to stop selling tickets to those games this week if no budget deal is reached.
Illinois residents also might not be able to play Powerball or MegaMillions lottery games anymore if the association that runs those multistate games gives us the boot.
There are 19.6 miles of the 81.3 mile multistate trail left to build, according to a 2017 state of the trails report by the Farmington Valley Trails Council.
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