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Lone Star State

noun

  1. Texas (used as a nickname).


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As a result, how students learn history in the Lone Star State is back in the news.

Women in the World is taking its signature live event on the road to the Lone Star State.

And much to the chagrin of some in the Lone Star State, a lot of people seem to be buying it.

Multiple polling out of the Lone Star State has shown Sen. Ted Cruz as the home state preference for president, not Perry.

Rick Bass, the author of the new Texas novel All the Land to Hold Us, picks his favorites set in the Lone Star State.

You have solved a riddle, and made me the happiest man in the Lone Star State.

No pageant-filled holiday to make one feel that it is a great and glorious thing to be a son of the Lone Star State.

Texas was said to have good public-schools, and it was my plan to try the "Lone Star State."

For here is the distinct play-ground of the Lone Star State.

For this reason it was sometimes called, as it still is, the "Lone Star State."

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