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What does hail state mean for Mississippi State?
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Difference between in-state and out-of state college?
I am not sure exactly what you mean, but "in-state" college just means a college that is located in the same state where you live. "Out-of-state" college just means a college located in a state other than the one where you live. Example, if you live in Florida... then Florida State, U. of Florida, and U. of Miami are all in-state colleges, but the U. of Georgia and U. of Mississippi would be out-of-state colleges.
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What does the Mississippi motto mean?
Mississippi State Motto "Virtute et armis" (By valor and arms) Adopted in 1894. Language: Latin Mississippi's motto is not an official state motto, as such, but has been accepted as an element of the Mississippi coat of arms. Adopted in 1894. Mississippi's State motto, Virtute Et Armis, meaning by valor and arms, may have been suggested by the motto of Lord Gray De Wilton, Virtute Non Armis Fido.
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If Mississippi was named after the Mississippi river what does Mississippi mean?
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What does Illinois state motto State Sovereignty National Union mean?
The Illinois state motto is related to the issues surrounding the power of an individual state versus the power of the Union. Illinois entered the Union as a free state, but Mississippi, just before, had come into the Union as a slave state. Alabama was to follow Illinois as a slave state. The Civil War was still a polarizing reality and Illinois' motto was symbolic of the issues that had been confronted during the brutal conflict.