state Examples

EN[steɪt] [-eɪt]

    Examples of state in a Sentence

  • Examples of state
    1. A link-state protocol can quickly update the network to route around failure.
    2. What's the matter?;   state matters ‎
    3. The memberships of the state chapters elect delegates to the national convention.
    4. Mr. Fox's sales are driven mostly by word-of-mouth locally, and beyond the state through a network of microdistilling aficionados.
    5. The measure would make California the first state to require that all new semiautomatic weapons be equipped with technology known as microstamping, which imprints microscopic markings as a gun fires.
  • Examples of states
    1. One article was excluded due to investigation on an association of presenile cataracts with heterozygosity for galactosaemic states and with riboflavin deficiency [ 27 ].
    2. All that hogshit about mental disorders and dream states and such.
    3. Introspectability cannot be the mark of the mental because one can introspect physical states, like indigestion or other internal physical events in the body.
    4. The law of identity states that an apple is an apple.
    5. In contrast, permutation-symmetric pure states feature rather low geometric entanglement and strong and robust macroscopicity..
    6. The monoanion and dianion states are both potentially relevant at biological pH. The dianion strongly absorbs photons at 480 nm and gives a strong emission peak at 517 nm.
    7. We talk a lot about being "a nation of laws," but some of the laws found on the books of states, counties and municipalities are a bit much.
    8. One study in the US modeled a 54% reduction in nonbacteremic pneumococcal pneumonia in adults 65 years and older in states that had achieved over 80% vaccination coverage in children under two years.
  • Examples of stated
    1. Pink slime is a real and continuing problem in many paper mills. Once established it may be difficult to ... Holmes (15, 16) and Sanborn (24) stated that yeasts or yeast-like fungi were often the cause of pink slime.
    2. The promise that arises upon an account stated, is to pay on request.
    3. John stated he had, "done his small part", with his usual self-effacingness.
    4. The violence in these video games sits awkwardly with their stated aim of educating children.
    5. He took out a stated-income loan to buy the house. It cost a bit more, but he works off the books.
    6. As usual, the newspapers got hold of the wrong end of the stick and stated the whole problem in reverse.
    7. World leaders have repeatedly stated that we must act on climate change.
    8. As stated, this argument assumes a form of propositional temporalism: it assumes that the proposition expressed by my sentence for A-THEORY* has different truth values relative to different times.
    9. Of 50 men and 92 women asked if they were dissapointed about the outcome of their suicide attempt, men stated significantly more often than women that this was the case (22.00% versus 7.61%; χ 2 = 6.06; df = 1; p = 0.014) [29 ].
  • Examples of stating
    1. The form letter included a canned answer stating that what I asked was against policy.
    2. In stating that the Woosters never give up, I was in error. These words caught me amidships and took all the fighting spirit out of me, leaving me a spent force.
    3. 'Whilst my boat was preparing (a Maltese speronara, with a crew of twelve men, selected for their knowledge of the coast,) I wrote two letters, one to Malta, and the other to Lisbon, stating the loss of the ship.
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