Origin of stater
Words nearby stater
How to use stater in a sentence
Leaving aside the latter charge, how would I, as a J Street two-stater, say that they are wrong?
A two-stater, Kol believes in one "Jewish, Zionist" and one Palestinian state.Israeli Politician Takes To Facebook To Fight For Palestinian Access|Elisheva Goldberg|April 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
How could an organization so repulsed by the one-state agenda give an avowed one-stater such a prominent speaking role?AIPAC, Israel, and the Hypocritical Claim of Backing a Two-State Solution|Peter Beinart|March 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Penn Stater Maureen Seaberg explains the Joe Paterno mystique.Why Penn State Fans Love Fired Coach Joe Paterno, Despite Child Abuse Scandal|Maureen Seaberg|November 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He knew Richardson, his fellow Bay Stater, was a man of rectitude who would never, ever betray his trust with Cox.
The sequel has shown that Bond counsels prevailed over the suggestions of that old Free Stater.Origin of the Anglo-Boer War Revealed (2nd ed.)|C. H. Thomas
And would you be happy if you had three talents of gold in your belly, a talent in your pate, and a stater in either eye?'Euthydemus|Plato
Something which is about the size of a stater is tied up in a small piece of leather: what it is, no one knows but the makers.Eryxias|An Imitator of Plato
The silver talent of Darius was worth more than £300 of our money, the silver stater was worth about two shillings.The History of Antiquity|Max Duncker
The stater of Darius, usually called a daricus, was a gold coin of Persia.The Anabasis of Alexander|Arrian of Nicomedia