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[Alabama - AL] (818)

[Alaska - AK] (273)

[Arizona - AZ] (528)

[Arkansas - AR] (704)

[California - CA] (2,593)

[Colorado - CO] (649)

[Connecticut - CT] (433)

[Delaware - DE] (96)

[District of Columbia - DC] (292)

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[Hawaii - HI] (137)

[Idaho - ID] (320)

[Illinois - IL] (1,576)

[Indiana - IN] (969)

[Iowa - IA] (1,055)

[Kansas - KS] (748)

[Kentucky - KY] (948)

[Louisiana - LA] (719)

[Maine - ME] (485)

[Maryland - MD] (605)

[Massachusetts - MA] (690)

[Michigan - MI] (1,159)

[Minnesota - MN] (1,023)

[Mississippi - MS] (532)

[Missouri - MO] (1,155)

[Montana - MT] (404)

[Nebraska - NE] (620)

[Nevada - NV] (253)

[New Hampshire - NH] (283)

[New Jersey - NJ] (723)

[New Mexico - NM] (426)

[New York - NY] (2,157)

[North Carolina - NC] (1,080)

[North Dakota - ND] (406)

[Ohio - OH] (1,416)

[Oklahoma - OK] (764)

[Oregon - OR] (764)

[Pennsylvania - PA] (2,183)

[Rhode Island - RI] (90)

[South Carolina - SC] (534)

[South Dakota - SD] (385)

[Tennessee - TN] (786)

[Texas - TX] (2,600)

[Utah - UT] (345)

[Vermont - VT] (308)

[Virginia - VA] (1,216)

[Washington - WA] (719)

[West Virginia - WV] (851)

[Wisconsin - WI] (896)

[Wyoming - WY] (195)

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Physical power to carry out demanding tasks. Emotional toughness which possess the qualities to deal with stress and painful situations. A source of support. The bows of the mighty men are broken, and they that stumbled are girded with strength. In your falling you are equipped to turn the direct the attacks of your enemy in your favor and with the upmost success.
I made a promise to pay the note on the 1st of the month and there wasn't enough money in my account to pay the bill. I am so tired of this, why do I over extend myself! I feel that I don't have the strength to go on. Wow, I checked my account and the payment wasn't taken. I'll wait a couple more days and see what happens! Enough time has passed-by that I am able to apply more money to my account and cover the bill. Goes to show you it's never too late when you believe and do what's right.

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United States..

Area 3,615,211 square feet
Capital - Washington DC
Largest City - New York
Highest Point - Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet
Monetary Unit - Dollar
Major Language - English
Major Religions - Protestant, Roman Catholic

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The chief aims of labor unions are to improve the wages, hours, working conditions, and job security
of its members. Usually, the first step for any union is to get workers to join it. After a union has become
established in a plant or industry, its major functions are arranging labor contracts and handling job disputes.


Did You Know...

On June 27, 1884, Congress established a Burea of Labor in the Department of the Interior. In 1988, Congress
gave the bureau independent status as the Department of Labor, but its head did not serve in the President's
Cabinet. In 1903, Congress established the new Department of Commerce and Labor, and made the Department
of Labor a bureau in it.