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Plural of ethic.

The sum of a set of moral beliefs.

etiquette; morality; values
That criminal has a really bad sense of ethics.
by Jon Davis January 14, 2004
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The carrying out of something.

The event or occurance of a thing that is executed.
The execution of this software will result in a virus spreading all over the Internet.
by Jon Davis January 14, 2004
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Not to be confused with U.S. citizen, an American citizen is a person who is a citizen of (one or some of) the fifty states of America.
I am an American citizen, born in Minnesota and living in California.
by Jon Davis January 14, 2004
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A slightly derogatory term describing an employee of a company who stays in the same position for many, many years. This term is usually used in industries such as software engineering where the dynamics of the profession are always changing and it is not unusual for other people in the same field to change jobs every few years. This term was often used in the Silicon Valley during the dot-com bubble (late 1990s).
The opposite of a job hopper is a tree hugger.
by Jon Davis January 1, 2009
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1. A condition or collection of circumstances.

2. A government power that acts as an authority over a geographical area. (The states in the United States of America have a federal government.)
1. I am insane; my state of mind is poor.

2. California is a state within the United States of America
by Jon Davis January 14, 2004
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No federal statute indicates an American citizen living and working in one of the fifty states is liable for the federal income tax.
by Jon Davis January 14, 2004
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Government taxes account for a third of the typical American's income. No wonder the wives can't stay home and take care of the kids!
by Jon Davis January 14, 2004
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