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  1. Miranda

    Miranda is one of the 23 states into which Venezuela is divided. It is ranked second in population among Venezuelan states after Zulia State. As of June 30, 2010, it has approximately 2,987,968 residents. It also has the greatest Human Development Index in Venezuela, according to the Venezuelan National Institute of Statistics. Miranda is also an important center for political, economic, cultural and commercial activities. The state relies on a government of 21 municipal mayorships and one governor. Miranda State covers a total surface area of 7,950 km².

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Miranda in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Miranda in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of Miranda in a Sentence

  1. Blake Shelton:

    It needs to happen. It's imperative that it happens. Girls having the tough time that they're having right now at radio, it's not good for any of us. Especially somebody like Miranda — I think she deserves entertainer of the year, not only will that be important for the industry, it's just freakin' right. It's just the right call.

  2. Paul Callan:

    In criminal law, the police can't wire somebody up. They have to give you Miranda warnings if they're going to take a statement from you, however, if a civilian is tape recording you, as was the case here with HBO, that's admissible in court if it's relevant to the crime committed.

  3. Garth Brooks:

    I really like Miranda Lambert because she's understanding that she's putting together a catalog for the ages.

  4. Rita Hernández:

    This man came out of nowhere, promising an incredible singing career. He does have a beautiful voice. He [ Miranda ] started involving him in his own productions.

  5. Sarah Jessica Parker:

    ( The #MeToo movement) would be rich territory for Sarah Jessica Parker to explore, carrie really talked mostly about sexual politics, and that is obviously a large part of #MeToo and Time's Up conversations. I'm sure she would have a lot to say, as would Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte.

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