more than half the state in a sentence
1. more than half the state is federally owned public land, including a multitude of national forests, parks, and wildlife refuges.
2. Because of gerrymandering in redistricting after the 2010 census, Democrats have been underrepresented in the state and Congressional delegations since 2012, although they have sometimes represented more than half the state's population.
3. More than half the state secondary schools in Surrey have sixth forms.
4. That was a massive shortfall in those days – more than half the state's entire budget for the year.
5. Mediacom is the largest cable company in Iowa, and the dispute would have left more than half the state unable to watch the 2010 Orange Bowl set to air on Fox with the local favorite Iowa Hawkeyes football team playing the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
6. As late as 1960, more than half the state's cotton was picked by hand.
7. As late as 1960, more than half the state's cotton was picked by hand.
8. The Anchorage metropolitan area, which includes Anchorage and the neighboring Matanuska-Susitna Borough, had a population of 396,317 in 2019, accounting for more than half the state's population.
9. It is widely-credited with creating the political capital needed to close more than half the state's juvenile jails where children in custody had been maltreated by state employees and where an emotionally disturbed 15-year-old boy was killed in 2006, when two state workers sat on him until he stopped breathing.
10. The Society of Native Oregon Born (S.N.O.B.) was founded in the late 1970s by the Oregon-born Cloutier when he learned that more than half the state's residents had not been born there.
11. Higher temperatures cause cows to eat less and produce less milk, so a warming climate could reduce the output of milk and beef, which together account for more than half the state's farm revenues".
12. more than half the state is federally owned public land, including a multitude of national forests, parks, and wildlife refuges.
- federally owned public land
- national forests
- wildlife refuges
- Alaska's indigenous population
- any U.S. state
- two dozen native languages
- Alaskan Natives
- considerable influence
- local and state politics
- the Russian colonial period
- an Aleut-language idiom
- the mainland
- the action
- the northernmost and westernmost state
- the most easterly longitude
- the only non-contiguous U.S. state
- continental North America
- (800 km
- the continental U.S.
- colloquial use
- the contiguous U.S.
- the North American continent
- the North American highway system
- Canada's Yukon
- a Canadian territory
- Alaska's territorial waters
- Russia's territorial waters
- the Russian Big Diomede Island
- Alaskan Little Diomede Island
- a longer coastline
- all the other U.S. states
- the largest state
- more than twice the size
- the second-largest U.S. state
- the seventh largest sub-national division
- an independent nation
- the 19th largest country
- no officially defined borders
- the various regions