SOTU

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SOTU ‎(plural SOTUs)

  1. (US, politics) The annual State of the Union address of the President of the United States.
    • 1999 January 14, Al Shurgalla <keyp...@pacific.net.sg>, “Re: Will Congress Applaud At Clinton's State Of Union Address?”[1], alt.conspiracy, alt.impeach.clinton, alt.politics.clinton, Usenet, message-ID <14>:
      He intends to use the SOTU message as nothing more that another Hollywood stunt similar to the pep rally he had on the WH lawn after the impeachment vote.
    • 2003 January 10, “Person of the Week: George W. Bush”, TIME‎:
      Bush won't be stressing those particular points as he hits the pre-SOTU stump circuit, but the "if it's good enough for 2006 it's good enough for now"
    • 2011 January 13, “Gibbs Briefs‎”, TIME:
      Issue of civil discourse will "certainly play a role" in SOTU.