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- v. Present participle of unite.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of making or becoming a single unit
- n. the combination of two or more commercial companies
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As one Florida Republican joked to me, Crist, in uniting Rubio and Meek behind the same message, has achieved his campaign promise of fostering bipartisan unity -- behind the idea that Crist is an ideological opportunist who can't be trusted by voters of any ideological stripe.
Joe and Penny's tender re-uniting is rudely broken up by a foreigner.
The English national church has long been an object of derision, and the current Archbishop of Canterbury succeeds in uniting the substance and appearance of foolishness and unworldliness not with sanctity, but with sanctimony.
Interesting, from AJC: "Clair has the knowledge, skill, and integrity to be very effective in uniting all parts of our city," Martin said in a press release issued by the Muller campaign.
Everyone would be far better off in uniting on a single effort to get a more sensible law out of Olympia than by building plans on a flimsy platform.
He also singled out former U.S. President George H.W. Bush for his role in uniting Germany.
Americans United for Life has also run an attack ad, apparently uninterested in uniting with any Democrats.
There is glory in uniting against the abusive capitalist system.
"We have succeeded in uniting the most ... critical countries to North Korea on a common path to isolating" Pyongyang, Biden said.
A transformational teacher whose work is based in uniting the world of business with the wisdom in mind, body and soul.
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