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  • proper noun Georgia (US state)

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  • noun a state in southeastern United States; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War

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Examples

  • While the Republican race is mainly McCain vs. Romney, the Peach State is a first test of whether Mr. Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor and Baptist preacher, is siphoning enough Southern and conservative votes from Mr. Romney to be his spoiler.

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  • The Peach State is the nation's 10th-best state for business in 2010, according to

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  • "The Peach State is the first in the country to build a nuclear reactor in over thirty years," he said.

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  • From that moment forward, I had no doubt that Georgia Tech would lose, Georgia would win, and order would be restored to the universe ... or, at least, to the Peach State, which is near enough to being the whole cosmos to suit me.

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  • After all, August National is in the Peach State, right?

    The Law of Happiness

  • After all, August National is in the Peach State, right?

    The Law of Happiness

  • Georgia, eager to shed the sweet Peach State nickname and show it's tougher than tough Arizona, passed an anti-immigrant bill early in April that, among other things, makes it a felony to use fake documents when applying for a job, punishable by up to 15 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.

    Jorge-Mario Cabrera: Arizona's SB1070: A Year After

  • After all, August National is in the Peach State, right?

    The Law of Happiness

  • Georgia, eager to shed the sweet Peach State nickname and show it's tougher than tough Arizona, passed an anti-immigrant bill early in April that, among other things, makes it a felony to use fake documents when applying for a job, punishable by up to 15 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.

    Jorge-Mario Cabrera: Arizona's SB1070: A Year After

  • Georgia, eager to shed the sweet Peach State nickname and show it's tougher than tough Arizona, passed an anti-immigrant bill early in April that, among other things, makes it a felony to use fake documents when applying for a job, punishable by up to 15 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.

    Jorge-Mario Cabrera: Arizona's SB1070: A Year After

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