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- proper n. Nickname of the U.S. state of Texas.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. Texas; -- a nickname alluding to the single star on its coat of arms, being the device used on its flag and seal when it was a republic.
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- n. the second largest state; located in southwestern United States on the Gulf of Mexico
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Born and raised in Texas, Wayne still resides in the Lone Star State with his wife, and daughters Christel, Melissa, and Kara.
Taking a cab to the Lone Star State College housing office was a luxury she could ill afford.
But as much as the admissions department of Lone Star State had been impressed with her literary studies, they’d still insisted on the summer math course.
But Lone Star State College had given her a partial scholarship on the condition that she take a precalculus course over the summer, so that she’d be at the same level as all their other incoming freshmen in the fall.