Definition of stater
: an ancient gold or silver coin of the Greek city-states
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Reform all can 'get on board' with The passage of Bill 688 in Louisiana, a state known for its high incarceration rate, may strike some out-of-staters as unexpected.
Just listen to what Sandburg outside hitter Colin Ensalaco, a fellow first-team all-stater and Ball State recruit, had to say about Kenzinger's defense.
Mueller, for the record, seems more like a stereotypical G-Man, above-board and committed to the truth, than a deep stater.
On those two days, anyone, including out-of-staters, can fish in Delaware without a fishing license.
The City Council agreed, but the opposition to the move was fierce, allying Confederate sympathizers, historical preservationists and state lawmakers, local blue bloods and out-of-staters.
California’s limited attractiveness to out-of-staters runs counter to common thinking that the state’s huge job market – along with natural beauty and great climate – are enticing lures.
Manetsch already is an all-stater in the orchestra.
Free-staters who needed a safe entry port into Kansas territory built Quindaro into a thriving boom city during the Bleeding Kansas and Underground Railroad eras.
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