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Cheyenne - "shy" "anne"

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Who is the coach on the boat in the discover card commercial?

It looks and sounds like Bobby Bowden from Florida State.

What is meaning of sarwar?

Sarwar refers to the name of a city and a sub division in Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan.

Which movies have the word state in the title?

There are at least 201. (according to the Internet Movie Database) Here are a few... Swing State (2008) State of Dogs (1998)State Department: File 649 (1949)The Atomic States of America (2012)Flow State (2012)Another State of Mind (1984)In a Spiral State (2009)State of Siege (1972)Freedom State (2006) State (2013)Garden State (2004)Empire State (2013)Red State (2011)The United States of Leland (2003)State of Play (2009)xXx: State of the Union (2005)Enemy of the State (1998)State of Grace (1990)Head of State (2003)State of Emergency (2011)Altered States (1980)Blue State (2007)State and Main (2000)State Property (2002)State Fair (1945)State Property 2 (2005)Sunshine State (2002)The Hottest State (2006)C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America (2004)Lone Star State of Mind (2002)Casino Jack and the United States of Money (2010)A Brooklyn State of Mind (1998)State Fair (1962)2 States (2014)State's Evidence (2006)State of the Union (1948)Solid State (2012)States of Grace (2005)A State of Mind (2004)The Warring States (2011)Empire State (1987)Naked States (2000)Police State (2014)Altered States of Plaine (2012)Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia (2013)

Where is Nicholls State located?

Nicholls State is located in the state of Louisiana.

What is an example of chief diplomat?

The president of the US is sometimes called the chief diplomat. This term refers to his responsibility to deal with foreign governments to settle differences and negotiate treaties and agreements. The department of state and the foreign ambassadors all serve under his direction.

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What is the difference between State with a capital S and state with a lower case s?

"State" with a capital letter refers specifically to a state's government or an agency acting in an official capacity on the state's behalf, while "state" with lower case letters refers to the geographic territory within the state boundaries.

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What US state capital's name sounds like small boulder?

Little Rock, Arkansas

Is Geneva a capitol?

No, Geneva is not a capitol (which is a type of building), or a national capital. Geneva is the capital of the canton (state) of Geneva. The capital of Switzerland is Bern. This answer is predicated on the assumption that the question refers to Switzerland.

What is the difference between a capital and a capital city?

In this context the noun "capital" refers to a city or town that is the seat of government. It can be interchanged with the term "capital city" Examples: Austin is the (state) capital city of Texas, USA; Washington DC is the (national) capital city of the USA; Canberra is the (national) capital city of Australia; Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales, Australia; Tokyo is the (national) capital city of Japan. The noun "Capitol" refers primarily to the building in Washington, D.C., in which Congress sits or, to a lesser extent, to similar buildings used by state legislatures.

When to use 'Capital' When to use 'Capitol' Could you have a business which is the drinking Capital of the World or would it be the drinking Capitol of the World?

It would be the drinking capital. The word capitol refers to the building occupied by the state legislature.

What is bashfulness?

Bashfulness is the state or quality of being bashful, shy or timid.

What state has cairo as a state capital?

No state has Cairo as it's capital. Cairo is the capital of Egypt.

Is capital spelled with an a or an o?

There are two separate terms, but they are related. The word "capital" refers to money (or as an adjective to mean primary or important). It also means the city which serves as the seat of government of a state or country. The word "capitol" refers ONLY TO A BUILDING that houses the seat of government. For example, the state capitol in Louisiana, the old one first finished in 1852, or the new one built in 1932.

Every state has a capital the capital is the seat of government interestingly the state capital is not alaways the biggest city in the state what is the capital of this state?

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What happens in the state capital?

The state capital holds that state's government. The head of the state government is the state capitol building, located in the state capital.

What state has a capital named Kentucky?

No state capital is named Kentucky. Kentucky is a state; its capital is Frankfort.