State

In organic chemistry, will produce CO2 + H2O + (possibly other compounds)
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State

State commonly refers to either the present condition of a system or entity, or to a governed entity (such as a country) or sub-entity (such as an autonomous territory of a country). ==Political science== ===Legislatures=== ===Jurisprudence=== == Science and technology == === Biology and psychology === === Chemistry === === Computing === === Lingu...
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state

(from the article `thermodynamics`) The application of thermodynamic principles begins by defining a system that is in some sense distinct from its surroundings. For example, the system ... ...(The book, published in 1930, is still in print.) An observable is anything that can be measured—energy, position, a component of angular .....
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State

(i) Variations between the different copies of the same impression. (ii) successive stages of the evolution of a printing plate. (iii) Used, as in the physical appearance or condition.
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State

(Lat. status, Ital. stato; the term introduced by Machiavelli) A political organization based upon a common territory and exercising control over the inhabitants of that territory. Essential for a state is the existence of a government, and in the 'legal state', a written or unwritten constitution. By the pure theory of law (Kelsen), the state is ....
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State

(n) The term state is used to represents the states, which constitute the country in a federal government, the government of the state, governmental agencies or departments under the state Government etc.
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state

(stāt) condition or situation.
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state

[adj] - supported and operated by the government of a state 2. [adj] - in the service of the community or nation 3. [n] - (informal) a state of depression or agitation 4. [n] - the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation 5. [n] - the group of people comprising the government of a sove...
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State

• (a.) Stately. • (n.) The bodies that constitute the legislature of a country; as, the States-general of Holland. • (n.) The principal persons in a government. • (n.) Rank; condition; quality; as, the state of honor. • (n.) Highest and stationary condition, as that of maturity between growth and decline, or as that of cris...
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state

<chemistry> The condition of the system at a given time, it is usually defined by an equation which is called an equation of state. ... (09 Jan 1998) ...
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state

noun the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation; `his state is in the deep south`
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state

nation noun a politically organized body of people under a single government; `the state has elected a new president`; `African nations`; `students who had come to the nation`s capitol`; `the country`s largest manufacturer`; `an industrialized land`
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State

[computer science] In computer science and automata theory, the state of a digital logic circuit or computer program is a technical term for all the stored information, at a given instant in time, to which the circuit or program has access. The output of a digital circuit or computer program at any time is completely determined by its curre...
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State

[CTA Englewood Line station] State was a station on the Englewood Branch of the Chicago `L`. The station opened on November 3, 1905 and closed on September 2, 1973 as part of a group of budget-related CTA station closings. ...
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State

[functional analysis] In functional analysis, a state on a C*-algebra is a positive linear functional of norm 1. The set of states of a C*-algebra A, sometimes denoted by S(A), is always a convex set. The extremal points of S(A) are called pure states. If A has a multiplicative identity, S(A) is compact in the weak-* topology. In the C*-alg...
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State

[magazine] State.ie (formerly State Magazine) is an Irish website and formerly a monthly music magazine, which launched in March 2008 and folded in January 2009 having published a total of nine issues. While the magazine claims to be `going online`, founding co-editor John Walshe admitted that it would be on an amateur basis `no one is goin...
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State

[MBTA station] April 26, 2011 What later became the Blue Line platforms of State station were opened in 1904, making it the oldest surviving MBTA rapid transit (heavy rail) station. (The Tremont Street Subway, opened in 1897, serves only Green Line (light rail) streetcars). After an extensive renovation which was completed in 2011, State is...
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State

[polity] A state is an organized community living under one government. States may be sovereign. The term state is also applied to federated states that are members of a federal union, which is the sovereign state. Some states are subject to external sovereignty or hegemony where ultimate sovereignty lies in another state. The state can als...
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State

[printmaking] A state, in printmaking, is a different form of a print, caused by a deliberate and permanent change to a matrix such as a copper plate (for engravings etc.) or woodblock (for woodcut). Artists often take prints from a plate (or block, etc.) and then do further work on the plate before printing more impressions (copies). Somet...
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State

[software] This category is for articles on Germans who are or were Christian Universalists. ...
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State

[theology] In Christianity, the term state is used in various senses by theologians and spiritual writers. It may be taken to signify a profession or calling in life, as where St. Paul says, in I Corinthians 7:20: `Let every man abide in the same calling in which he was called`. States are classified in the Catholic Church as the clerical s...
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State

[website] State is a semantic web platform created by London, England-based Equal Media Ltd. Announced in 2013, and launched in 2014, State aims to build a global opinion network using natural language processing, databases and sentiment analysis. Equal Media was founded by Jawbone founder Alex Asseily and his brother Mark Asseily, and they...
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State

State adjective 1. Stately. [ Obsolete] Spenser. 2. Belonging to the state, or body politic; public.
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State

State noun [ Middle English stat , Old French estat , French ├ętat , from Latin status a standing, position, from stare , statum , to stand. See Stand , and confer Estate , Status .] 1. The circumstances or condition of a being...
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State

State transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Stated ; present participle & verbal noun Stating .] 1. To set; to settle; to establish. [ R.] « I myself, though meanest stated , And in court now almost hated.&#x...
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