Now Tranz FynyT STayT

Now Tranz FynyT STaeeT Naymd Omnyoh

Now Tranz Fynyt Staeet Kohr Konsepts

Thuh Now Tranz FynyT STaeeT Haz Kohr Konsepts Inkluuding:

  1. Uh Tranz FynyT Numbr Uhv Lyvz And PeepuL In Thuh PopeewLaeeshuhn Uhv Thuh
  2. Thuh Pahrt Tranz+FynyT Omnivrss OmneeTerriTory OmneeKunTree,
  3. Uh Tranz FynyT Numbr Uhv Lyvz And PeepuL In Thuh PopeewLaeeshuhn Uhv Thuh Now Tranz FynyT Naeeshuhn,
  4. Uh Now Tranz FynyT Mynd Az Thuh AhL PehruhnT Uhv AhL Lyf And
  5. KuhmpeeuuTed Uhkohrdeeng Tu NachruL Lah.
  6. Thruu EeTrnihTee Uv Tym,

Thiss Iz Thuh Last Lyn Uhv Tekst In Thuh Paeej Naeemd " Now Tranz Fynyt Staeet Kohr Konsepts ".

An Ohld Name Fohr Thuh Now Tranz FynyT STaeeT Iz Thuh Ahl-Staeet.

See: Wy PrakTiss UhgehnsT SmahL T

AhL STaeeT

See Now Tranz FynyT STaeeT Kohr KonsepTs

See: Wy PrakTiss UhgehnsT SmahL T

AhL Iz FohnehTik EengLish Fohr ALL

Ee Oh Ih Deskripshuhn And Lohgoh Uhv

Chapter 1 Uv Book Of Jehovih Uv Oahspe Bible:

All was. All is. All ever shall be…
and… [ IT's Naym Wuhz ] said E-O-Ih…[which] is written thus:

This Pikchr Wuhz Sayvd Fruhm:

AhL ChanT Kohrekted And Kunvrted Tu FohnehTik EengLish:

AhL Uhv Tranz FynyT Beeyeeng Ehvr PasT Wuz.
AhL Uhv Tranz FynyT Beeyeeng Ehvr Now Iz.
AhL Uhv Tranz FynyT Beeyeeng Ehvr ShaL Bee.

Theez Ahr Tranz FynyT TruuThs EgzisTeeng Thruu EeTrnuL Tym.

See: Wy PrakTiss UhgehnsT SmahL T

STaeeT Iz FohnehTik EengLish Fohr STaTe


  • IPA(key): /steɪt/

Etymology Uv Wrd STaTe

state (n.1):

c. 1200, "circumstances, position in society, temporary attributes of a person or thing, conditions," from Old French estat "position, condition; status, stature, station," and directly from Latin status "a station, position, place; way of standing, posture; order, arrangement, condition," figuratively "standing, rank; public order, community organization," noun of action from past participle stem of stare "to stand" from PIE root *sta- "to stand, make or be firm." Some Middle English senses are via Old French estat (French état; see estate).

The Latin word was adopted into other modern Germanic Languages (German, Dutch staat) but chiefly in the political senses only. Meaning "physical condition as regards form or structure" is attested from late 13c. Meaning "mental or emotional condition" is attested from 1530s (phrase state of mind first attested 1749); colloquial sense of "agitated or perturbed state" is from 1837.

state (n.2)

"political organization of a country, supreme civil power, government," c. 1300, from special use of state (n.1); this sense grew out of the meaning "condition of a country" with regard to government, prosperity, etc. (late 13c.), from Latin phrases such as status rei publicæ "condition (or existence) of the republic."

The sense of "a semi-independent political entity under a federal authority, one of the bodies politic which together make up a federal republic" is from 1774. The British North American colonies occasionally were called states as far back as 1630s; the States has been short for "the United States of America" since 1777; also of the Netherlands…

state (v.)

1590s, "to set in a position," from state (n.1); the sense of "declare in words" is first attested 1640s, from the notion of "placing" something on the record. Related: Stated; stating.

State Definition:

Groups of people which have acquired international recognition as an independent country and which have a population, a common language and a defined and distinct territory.

Related Terms: Government, International Law, Law of Nations, Nation, Citizenship…

A term of international law; an independent country with standing in international law such as by membership in the United Nations, recognition by other states and adherence to international treaties.

Legal Definition of State

As a noun, a people permanently occupying a fixed territory bound together by common habits and custom into one body politic exercising, through the medium of an organized government, independent sovereignty and control over all persons and things within its boundaries, capable of making war and peace and of entering into international relations with other states… The people of a state, in their collective capacity, considered as the party wronged by a criminal deed…

The circumstances or condition of a being or thing at a given time.

As a verb, to express the particulars of a thing in writing or in words; to set down or set forth in detail; to aver, allege, or declare. To set down in gross; to mention in general terms, or by way of reference; to refer.

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