Georgia

[U.S. state] Georgia wiretapping laws are regulated under O.C.G.A. § 16-11-62, § 16-11-64, and § 16-11-66. The law divides wiretapping into two categories, recording conversations (audio) and recording actions (photos and videos). Conversations in private places are banned from third party audio recording and a member of a conversation c...
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Georgia

[n] - one of the British colonies that formed the United States 2. [n] - a state in southeastern United States 3. [n] - a republic in Asia Minor on the Black Sea separated from Russia by the Caucasus mountains
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Georgia

Country in the Caucasus of southeastern Europe, bounded north by Russia, east by Azerbaijan, south by Armenia and Turkey, and west by the Black Sea. Government Under the 1995 constitution, as...
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Georgia

noun a republic in Asia Minor on the Black Sea separated from Russia by the Caucasus mountains; formerly an Asian soviet but became independent in 1991
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Georgia

country of Transcaucasia located at the eastern end of the Black Sea on the southern flanks of the main crest of the Greater Caucasus Mountains. It ... [34 related articles]
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Georgia

constituent state of the United States of America. The largest of the U.S. states east of the Mississippi River and by many years the youngest of the ... [23 related articles]
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Georgia

[name] Georgia is the latinate feminine form of George, after Georgiana or Georgina. The Italian cognate is Giorgia, and the Lithuanian is Jurgita or Jurga. It can also be spelled as Jorja. ==People== ...
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Georgia

Georgia has two principal meanings: Georgia may also refer to: ==Places== ==Film and television== ==Music== ==Ships== ==Universities== ==Other uses== ...
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Georgia

The Georgia was an iron steamboat built at Glasgow in 1863 and used as a Confederate cruiser. She sailed from Glasgow in April, 1863, under the name of the 'Japan'. She destroyed a large number of Union merchant ships along the French coast, and then sailed for England, where it was given out she was to be chartered by the Portuguese Government. Sh...
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Georgia

[U.S. state] Georgia wine refers to wine made from grapes grown in the U.S. state of Georgia. Georgia was an important winegrowing region of the United States in the 19th century, and by 1900 ranked sixth in production among U.S. states. The state of Georgia first prohibited alcoholic beverages before many other states, in 1907 and subseque...
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Georgia

Georgia (jôr'ju) , Georgian Sakartvelo, Rus. Gruziya, officially Republic of Georgia, republic (2005 est. pop. 4,677,000), c.26,900 sq mi (69,700 sq km), in W Transcaucasia. Georgia borders on the Black Sea in the west, on Turkey and Armenia in the south, on Azerbaijan in the east, and on ...
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Georgia

Georgia (jôr'ju) , state in the SE United States, the last of the Thirteen Colonies to be founded. It is bordered by Florida (S), Alabama (W), Tennessee and North Carolina (N), and South Carolina and the Atlantic Ocean (E).Sections in this article:IntroductionFacts and FiguresGeographyEcon...
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Georgia

(state) State in southeastern USA bordered to the northeast by South Carolina, to the north by North Carolina and Tennessee, to the west by Alabama, and to the south by Florida; area 149,976 sq km/57,906 sq mi; population ...
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Georgia

Click images to enlargeCountry in the Caucasus of southeastern Europe, bounded north by Russia, east by Azerbaijan, south by Armenia and Turkey, and west by the Black Sea. Government Under the 1995 constitution, as amended in 2003, Georgia has a limited presidential political system. The executive state president is direc...
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Georgia

[U.S. state] McFarlane NHL 13 Alexander Ovechkin regular (white) and chase (black) figures. Photo taken by: Shandy Lo ...
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Georgia

[United States] The following discussion is preserved as an archive of a Request for checkuser. `Please do not modify it```. === Calgacus === ...
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Georgia

[Field Mob and Ludacris song] `Georgia` is a single by southern hip hop duo Field Mob and Atlanta based rapper Ludacris featuring R&B singer Jamie Foxx, with production by DJ Vudu Spellz. It first appeared on Ludacris Presents: Disturbing tha Peace, a compilation album released by Ludacris` own Disturbing tha Peace record label, showcasing ...
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Georgia

[U.S. state] Elected officials serving the U.S. state of Georgia: ==Senators== Saxby Chambliss (Republican) Johnny Isakson (Republican) ==State officials== ...
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Georgia

[U.S. state] Georgia is the thirty-third (33rd) richest state in the United States of America, with a median household income of US$46,007 (2011). ==Georgia counties ranked by per capita income== Note: Data is from the 2010 United States Census Data and the 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. ...
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Georgia

[typeface] Georgia is a transitional serif typeface designed in 1993 by Matthew Carter and hinted by Tom Rickner for the Microsoft Corporation, as the serif companion to the first Microsoft sans serif screen font, Verdana. Microsoft released the initial version of the font on November 1, 1996 as part of the core fonts for the Web collection...
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Georgia

[coffee] Although there are many seasonal blends with a variety of flavors, Coca-Cola makes Original, Mocha Kilamanjaro, and Emerald Mountain Blend year-round. The coffee can be enjoyed as a cold or hot beverage. Here is a sample list of the Georgia blends: In addition, Georgia Club Coffee was introduced in Singapore, and Georgia Gold coffe...
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Georgia

[country] Dzala Ertobashia Tavisupleba |image_map = Georgia (orthographic projection with inset).svg |map_caption = Georgia proper shown in dark green; areas outside of Georgian control shown in light green. |image_map2 = Georgia — Location Map (2013) - GEO - UNOCHA.svg |capital = Tbilisi |latd=41 |latm=43 |latNS=N |longd=44 |longm=47 |lo...
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Georgia

Georgia is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `Farmer` The name Georgia is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (6 times more often than to American girls.) Use for the other sex: Giorgia, George What do they use in other countries? Georgie (English) The name sounds like: Gerika, Gerica, Gerrica See also: Jeorjia
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