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  • n. The act or result of disunifying.


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  • If we extend "1989" to include the unification of Germany and disunification of the Soviet Union in 1990 – 1991, we should more accurately say the three years that ended the century.


  • And why not recognize that it was George Bush's invasion that caused Iraq's disunification and quit trying to blame it on the Turks?

    Just one day of mind-boggling headlines

  • Iraq is the last thing from being unified and the Turks had nothing to do with its disunification.

    Just one day of mind-boggling headlines

  • A constitutional convention would be nothing short of a political disaster, and a likely prelude to disunification.

    "A 'bill of particulars' against the Constitution."

  • Theories of Language The process of centralization and decentralization, of unification and disunification, intersect in the utterance; the utterance not only answers the requirements of its own language as an individualized embodiment of a speech act, but it answers the requirements of heteroglossia as well; it is in fact an active participant in such speech diversity.

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  • A board dedicated to the disunification of the district, and openly hostile to the majority of their constituents?

    The Union Democrat, Sonora, CA News, Sports, & Weather

  • ; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The disunification of the Democratic Party has now disintegrated.

    Is This the Day America Started Growing Up?

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