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- n. Agent noun of unite; one who unites.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, unites.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A solution for coating galvanized iron previous to its being painted, to prevent the peeling off of the paint.
- n. One who or that which unites or forms a connection.
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Amazing how the great uniter is acting like the great divider.
All this talk about him being some kind of great uniter is just that, talk ..
It appears the great uniter is just another calculating politician.
He's definitely a "uniter" - just not in the way he intended.
But, not, the NAFTA situation, the arms selling -- Clinton was too much of a 'uniter' -- DOES THAT PHRASE SOUND FAMILIAR?
Armed with that info, once Bu$h was in office, he unilaterally abandoned his campaign themes - namely uniter not a divider - for more centrist strategies and polarized policies to appeal to the base and totally disregard the Democrats. (page 61-2, paperback)
Kennedy, not particularly well known as a uniter (see Democtaic convention in 1980) made this decision a long time ago and used the racial stuff as an excuse.
GEORGE W. BUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: I've been a person that's been called a uniter, not a divider.
BUSH: I'm a person that would have been called a uniter, not a divider.
And you know, if Bush wins, he's going to have to do what he said he was going to do which is be a uniter, which is not going to happen.
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