Definitions

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  • n. annexation

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Annexation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of annexing, or the thing annexed; annexation; addition.

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Examples

  • Of course, the monks and the agreed to follow the evil axe Berlin-Tokyo during WW2 just a couple of years before the annexion.

    The Dalai Lama’s ‘Hell on Earth’ Speech - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • So they wanted to take control of central america to avoid any USA annexion of mexico in the name of the latin culture that share the french, spanish, italians and portuguese. so the name "latin-america" was quikly imposed to name this part of america were spanish and portuguese cultures dominates.

    languagehat.com: LATIN AMERICA.

  • In all governments like our own he declared that there was a tendency to a union and consolidation of all its parts into the executive, and the limitation and annexion of the parts with each other as settled by the Constitution would be destroyed by this influence unless there were a constant attention on the part of the legislature to resist it.

    Albert Gallatin American Statesmen Series, Vol. XIII

  • You also know that in Cuba there has always been an annexion current, that annexionism was the current in the history of the nation which opposed the current of independence, that a part of the people, the pro-slavery part, the part that was interested in maintaining the institution of slavery was chiefly in favor of annexion to the United States, that that current seeking annexion has lasted throughout our history and that very often, when the difficulties

    APPEARANCE OF CASTRO BEFORE THE PRESS

  • I affirm, comprehends the whole nature of a law precisely considered; and as for the annexion of punishments to the violation, or of rewards to the performance of it, they are not of the precise intrinsic nature and obligation of a law, but are added only as appendages to strengthen it, and procure a more certain awe to it and performance of it: forasmuch as man will be more likely not to transgress a law, being under the fear of a declared punishment for so doing, and to perform it upon a persuasion of a sure promised reward for such a performance, than if neither of these were added to it.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. IV.

  • Now if you wish to annex, and make the Palestinians citizens, this would cease to be a Jewish nation-state and you’d be offering Israel’s enemies the hallowed “one-state-of-Palestine-secular-and-democratic” that is: another Arab state like many others; if you wish to annex but to withhold citizenship from the Palestinians, you’d be making true the antisemitic lie of “zionist apartheid”; either way annexion is *not-gonna-happen*.

    Jewish Voice for Peace calls on Michael Moore to make his next film about US/Israel relationship | Jewschool

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