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Texas


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    • us: Teksas
    • us: Tekhas
    • us: Tejas
    • us: Texas (Republic)
    • us: Texas (Province)
    • us: Republic of Texas
    • us: State of Texas
    • us: تكساس
    • us: Tiksās
    • us: ولاية تكساس
    • us: Wilāyat Tiksās
    • us: Штат Тэхас
    • us: Shtat Tėkhas
    • us: Тэхас
    • us: Тексас
    • us: Техас
    • us: Akałii Bikéyah
    • us: Téʼsiz Hahoodzo
    • us: Ττ̔̈«”αγ·ξας
    • us: Πολιτετ̔̈«”αε·α του Ττ̔̈«”αγ·ξας
    • us: Politeia tou Texas
    • us: Estado de Texas
    • us: Teksaso
    • us:
    • us: Teeksăs
    • us: 텍사스 주
    • us: T'eksasŭ-ju
    • us: 텍사스주
    • us: T'eksasŭju
    • us: 텍사스
    • us: T'eksasŭ
    • us: Kekeka
    • us: Taaksaas
    • us: טקסס
    • us: מדינת טקסס
    • us: Medinat Ṭeḳsas
    • us: Texia
    • us: Civitas Texiae
    • us: Teksasa
    • us: Teksasas
    • us: テキサス州
    • us: Tekisasu-shū
    • us: Tekisasushū
    • us: テキサス
    • us: Tekisasu
    • us: Texas suyu
    • us: Teksas Eyaleti
    • us: טעקסעס
    • us: Ṭeḳses
    • us: Teksasos
    • us: 得克萨斯州
    • us: Dekesasi zhou
    • us: 得克萨斯
    • us: Dekesasi
    • us: TX
    • us: Tex
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    • found: Constitution of the Republic of Texas, 1836.
    • found: Constitution of the State of Texas, adopted unanimously in Convention, at the City of Austin, 1845, 1845.
    • found: Anneksii͡a Tekhasa Soedinennymi Shtatami Ameriki ... 1986.
    • found: Crónica de Tejas, 1988.
    • found: Enc. Americana, 2005 (Texas; west south central state of the United States; an independent republic before its admission to the Union it is known as the Lone Star State and was one of the 11 states of the Confederacy)
    • found: Col. Gaz. online, Jan. 27, 2011 (Texas; state; 31°11' 99°20'W; The first Spanish settlement in the region that is now Texas was made in 1682. In December 1821, Stephen F. Austin led 300 families across the Sabine to the region between the Brazos and Colorado rivers, where they established the first American settlement in Texas)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 17, 2011 (Texas; State of Texas; 31°N 100°W) Arabic page (تكساس = Tiksڶas; ولاية تكساس = Wilڶayat Tiksڶas) Belarusian page (Штат Тэхас = Shtat TЇekhas; Тэхас = TЇekhas) Bulgarian page (Тексас = Teksas) Chuvash page (Техас = Tekhas) Navajo page (Akaii BikЃeyah; TЃesiz Hahoodzo) Greek page (Ττ̔̈«”αγ·ξας = Texas; Πολιτετ̔̈«”αε·α του Ττ̔̈«”αγ·ξας = Politeia tou Texas) Spanish page (Texas or Tejas; Estado de Texas) Esperanto page (Teksaso) Hakka page (Tet-khiet-sat-sṳЄ) Kalmyk page (TeeksІas) Korean page (텍사스 주 = T'eksasІu-ju) Hawaiian page (Kekeka) Inuktitut page (taaksaas [in rom.]) Hebrew page (טקסס = ѴTeѴksas; מדינת טקסס = Medinat ѴTeѴksas) Latin page (Texia; Civitas Texiae) Latvian page (Teksasa) Lithuanian page (Teksasas) Japanese page (テキサス州 = Tekisasu-shЅu)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 19, 2011: Quechua page (Texas suyu) Turkish page (Teksas Eyaleti) Yiddish page (טעקסעס = Ṭeḳses) Samogitian page (Teksasos) Chinese page (得克萨斯州 = Dekesasi zhou)
    • found: List of U.S. state abbreviations, via Wikipedia, Aug. 19, 2011 (Texas: TX (USPS), Tex. (Old GPO), Texas (AP), Tx. (Other))
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  • Change Notes

    • 1980-10-08: new
    • 2018-08-02: revised
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