- n. Plural form of stater.
“But a price like that for out-of-staters is ridiculous, it's a steal.”
“Providing health care to illegals, er, out of staters is bankrupting us and we don’t need any more expenses.”
“The 824 so-called staters were found in a broken pottery jar buried in a field near Wickham Market using a metal detector.”
“The 824 so-called staters were found, using a metal detector, in a broken pottery jar buried in a field near Wickham Market.”
“The gold coins -- called staters, each weighing 5 grams, or about .18 ounces -- were discovered in a field by a man using a metal detector, The Independent reported Saturday.”
“The 824 so-called staters were found in a broken pottery jar buried in a field near Wickham Market by a local man using a metal detector.”
“I support segregated healthcare – a public option for blue-staters, the status quo (or whatever they want) for red-staters.”
“I am hoping this trial balloon was floated to get middle American red staters angry and supportive of a major tax hike on the rich. valwayne”
“And a property owner in the first primary state … They might likely go that way just in hopes that he will order the military to remove those annoying dou che bag free staters and their misfit kin …”
“A test would eliminate a great portion of the rightwingnut fringe, the religious right taliban, the John Birchers, and the Ku Kluxer red staters.”
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