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  • n. Plural form of semistate.

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Examples

  • And we were attending the semistates, and I was trying to pull out of a-- out of a traffic jam and he said, ` Bill, there are a couple of camels across the street you might be interested in. '

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  • It usually is the best attended of the four semistates, with a loud, boisterous crowd because of the presence of state powers Evansville Mater Dei and Castle.

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  • The 2009 Giants went just 5-5, but three of those losses came by six points or fewer -- including a 23-17 overtime loss to eventual Class 5A state champion Warren Central -- and three also came to teams that reached 5A semistates.

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  • It's the second trip to semistates for Howenstein (32-5).

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  • Spence Spencer figured about five of his athletes could reach semistates.

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  • The Hamilton Southeastern girls soccer players know exactly what it takes to play in the semistates ... even if they've never made it out of sectionals.

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  • Despite playing without five players who were competing in the high school semistates in a

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  • He placed third a year ago at regionals to qualify for semistates.

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  • Ress also said the starting times of the boys and girls basketball semistates have been altered.

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  • As currently scheduled, that most likely would come at semistates.

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