state attorney love


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A prosecuting attorney for a state.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a prosecuting attorney for a state


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  • The best explanation they got came from Edmund Randolph, the state attorney general.

    Robert Morris

  • Your big boss, Harper Wells, cinched his first election as state attorney by convicting Ruggles.”

    In His Own Defense

  • State Treasurer Bill Lockyer, a veteran Democrat former state attorney general and leader of the state Senate, agrees with Brown that the budget adopted Wednesday by the Legislature is "not financeable" on Wall Street.

    William Bradley: Jerry Brown's Big Budget Veto, and Where It Goes From Here

  • The state attorney cleared his throat and met the reporter’s gaze.

    In His Own Defense

  • The rebuttal was delivered by Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant, the state attorney general, a Constitutionalist stalwart, and an early sponsor of the rival bank.

    Robert Morris

  • The consensus choice and the prohibitive favorite was John Van de Kamp, the state attorney general.

    No Excuses


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