American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of northern France on the Marne River east-northeast of Paris. It was the site of the second Battle of the Marne (June 3-4, 1918), which ended the last major German offensive in World War I. Population: 14,967.
“Many categories of single-state muni funds performed similarly.”
“The deal you crave can only be achieved in a single-state solution based on secular values, respect for diversity and the rule of law.”
“Maybe the Palestinians feel they can wait long enough to ensure that any single-state solution to the Palestinian Problem would result in an Arab majority.”
“Indeed, various alternative forms of identity have been imagined by members o the two communities for almost a century, most of them focusing on shared sovereignty -- either a binational or single-state solution.”
“Investors should focus on national muni funds rather than their single-state competitors, ana lysts say.”
“Over the years, Arbor Day grew from its single-state beginnings into a holiday recognized by all the states in the union.”
“Veterans for Peace petition for supprt of the single-state solution, and to stop shipments of outlawed weapons to Israel.”
“VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'proposed Warfield/Dresser Resolution for Israel/Palestine Peace - The Petition Site'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Veterans for Peace petition for supprt of the single-state solution, and to stop shipments of outlawed weapons to Israel.”
“Palestinians can realize their right to self-determination in either of the single-state, or two-state forms.”
“Then you'd move up the population ladder, with five single-state primaries every week or two.”
‘single-state’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for single-state.