Definitions for: State Capital


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See Also: Adelaide, Albany, Annapolis, Atlanta, Augusta, Austin, Baton Rouge, Beantown, Bismarck, Boise, Boston, Brisbane, capital, capital of Alabama, capital of Alaska, capital of Arizona, capital of Arkansas, capital of California, capital of Colorado, capital of Connecticut, capital of Delaware, capital of Florida, capital of Georgia, capital of Hawaii, capital of Idaho, capital of Illinois, capital of Indiana, capital of Iowa, capital of Kansas, capital of Kentucky, capital of Louisiana, capital of Maine, capital of Maryland, capital of Massachusetts, capital of Michigan, capital of Minnesota, capital of Mississippi, capital of Missouri, capital of Montana, capital of Nebraska, capital of Nevada, capital of New Hampshire, capital of New Jersey, capital of New Mexico, capital of New York, capital of North Carolina, capital of North Dakota, capital of Ohio, capital of Oklahoma, capital of Oregon, capital of Pennsylvania, capital of Rhode Island, capital of South Carolina, capital of South Dakota, capital of Tennessee, capital of Texas, capital of Utah, capital of Vermont, capital of Virginia, capital of Washington, capital of West Virginia, Carson City, Charleston, Columbia, Columbus, Concord, Denver, Des Moines, Dover, Frankfort, Harrisburg, Hartford, Hawaiian capital, Helena, Hobart, Honolulu, Hub of the Universe, Indianapolis, Jackson, Jefferson City, Juneau, Lansing, Lincoln, Little Rock, Melbourne, Mile-High City, Montgomery, Montpelier, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Olympia, Perth, Phoenix, Pierre, Providence, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, Saint Paul, Salem, Salt Lake City, Santa Fe, Springfield, St. Paul, Sydney, Tallahassee, Topeka, Trenton




Famous Quotes Containing State Capital:


As soon, however, as capitalist competition has definitively established the equal rate of profit, that rate becomes the starting point for the calculations of the capitalists in the investment of capital in newly-created branches of production.

-- Rudolf Hiferding ( -)

The Germanic invasions in the West could not and did not in any way alter this state of affairs.

-- Henri Pirenne (Belgian Historian)

There was no Congressional Club for my first campaign. There was no organized state group of Young Republicans, but there was a dedicated core of young people who volunteered to do anything my campaign needed.

-- Jesse Helms (American Politician)

In this case, the particle formed has correspondingly less energy, whereas the product nucleus passes into the ground state with emission of the quantity of energy saved as gamma radiation.

-- Walther Bothe (German Physicist)

Complacency is a state of mind that exists only in retrospective: it has to be shattered before being ascertained.

-- Vladimir Nabokov (American Novelist)

I was a Georgia state legislator for a great many years.

-- Julian Bond (American Activist)

Most of us are about as eager to be changed as we were to be born, and go through our changes in a similar state of shock.

-- James A. Baldwin (American Author)

Instead of isolating our school and our many subjects from the every day world, we intend to plant it not merely in the French capital, but in what for next summer at least will be the focal point, the capital of the entire civilized world.

-- Patrick Geddes (Scottish Scientist)

This is a very difficult question. If you take a look at the aging population and demographics, we are going to have a big increase in the number of health care jobs needed in the state and in the country.

-- David Obey (American Politician)

The State Department desperately needs to be vigorously harnessed. It has too big a role to play in the formulation of foreign policy, and foreign policy is too important to be left up to foreign service officers.

-- Evan G. Galbraith (American Diplomat)

To be always in a state of wonder is a kind of sensitivity that can sometimes be an extraordinary blessing and sometimes a real pain.

-- Holly Near (American Musician)

Fines are preferable to imprisonment and other types of punishment because they are more efficient. With a fine, the punishment to offenders is also revenue to the State.

-- Gary Becker (American Economist)

The way Japan had tried to build up a modern state modelled on the West was cataclysmic.

-- Kenzaburo Oe (Japanese Writer)

Furthermore, the unearned increment from land appears in the United States as a gain to the first comers, who have here laid the foundations of a new State.

-- William Graham Sumner (American Businessman)

Tax breaks can serve a vital role in keeping and bringing jobs to our state; however, without accountability, they are little more than loopholes at taxpayers' expense.

-- Jeanne Kohl-Welles ( -)

No matter how corrupt and unjust a convict may be, he loves fairness more than anything else. If the people placed over him are unfair, from year to year he lapses into an embittered state characterized by an extreme lack of faith.

-- Anton Chekhov (Russian Dramatist)

I travelled to California when I was 18 and went to Los Angeles State College.

-- Robert Vaughn (American Actor)

There's no conflict between the social-welfare state and open markets.

-- Gerhard Schroder (German Statesman)

Becoming a resident of a state may confer the right to get a driver's license, but it does not and should not confer citizenship.

-- Phyllis Schlafly (American Activist)

The Kingdom of Heaven is not a place, but a state of mind.

-- John Burroughs (American Author)

It may be a mistake, that man, in a state of nature, is more disposed to cruelty than courtesy.

-- Mercy Otis Warren (American Playwright)

A Republican in my state of Arkansas feels about as out of place as Michael Vick at the West Minister dog show.

-- Mike Huckabee (American Politician)

What I did was sit down with the Washington State officials, with the historic preservation people, with the tribe, the local community, the port of Port Angeles, and we worked this thing out, and we protected the tribe's interest.

-- Norm Dicks (American Politician)

If we don't stop somewhere, if we don't accept an unhappy compromise, unhappy for both sides, if we don't learn how to unhappily coexist and contain our burned sense of injustice - if we don't learn how to do that, we end up in a doomed state.

-- Amos Oz (Israeli Writer)

When the satisfaction or the security of another person becomes as significant to one as one's own satisfaction or security, then the state of love exists. Under no other circumstances is a state of love present, regardless of the popular usage of the term.

-- Harry Stack Sullivan (American Psychologist)

I therefore shared fully the intense chagrin of the New York and other State delegations when, on the third ballot, Abraham Lincoln received a larger vote than Seward.

-- Henry Villard (American Journalist)

No state is free from militarism, which is inherent in the very concept of the sovereign state. There are merely differences of degree in the militarism of states.

-- Christian Lous Lange (Norwegian Politician)

I would never abdicate, nor would I expect any other governor to abdicate, the responsibility to protect the people of my state.

-- Joe Manchin (American Politician)

Literally every department of state government has gone through, or is in a period of, chaos. Not just fiscal chaos, but certainly as we saw in the Department of Children and Family Services and State Fair Agency and many of Walker's departments, there is absolute chaos.

-- Bill Scott (American Actor)

The only thing I'm running for is the state line.

-- James Carville (American Lawyer)

I believe Mexico should dedicate 100% of its oil revenues to developing human capital and technological development. None of us politicians should be able to touch that money.

-- Vicente Fox (Mexican Statesman)

The reform of state industry, and most directly related to that, the banking sector, is enormously daunting.

-- William Kirby (English Scientist)

It's too hard for me to comment on the sorry state of our culture.

-- Trevor Dunn (American Musician)

Little else is requisite to carry a state to the highest degree of opulence from the lowest barbarism but peace, easy taxes, and a tolerable administration of justice: all the rest being brought about by the natural course of things.

-- Adam Smith (Scottish Economist)

Things are not difficult to make; what is difficult is putting ourselves in the state of mind to make them.

-- Constantin Brancusi (Romanian Sculptor)


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