One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Clinton's final SOTU address’short for State of the Union
- ‘She's referring to a specific line in a specific SOTU speech, which referred explicitly to other nations.’
- ‘I've never cared for the SOTU speech; listening to those things was like eating a big damp pillow.’
- ‘I missed the SOTU address.’
- ‘Regarding the SOTU, it seems I read too much into what he said.’
- ‘This stark picture was part of what I thought was a pretty effective answer to the President's SOTU address.’
- ‘What I feel like posting about is the Democratic response to the SOTU.’
- ‘Hare-brained, off the shelf ideas are a staple of SOTU addresses.’
- ‘Note that there were 21 uses of the word "freedom" in the SOTU, and the last word was also "freedom."’
- ‘He points out there may have been something to the SOTU bluster.’
- ‘In his SOTU assessment, he also the focus to be odd.’
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