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- A community of northeast New Jersey west-northwest of Elizabeth. Settled c. 1749 by colonists from Connecticut, it is a manufacturing center. Population: 55,000.
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- n. The United States of America.
- n. Those of the United States that did not secede at the time of the Civil War.
- n. The 0-10-2 train configuration. Derived from the name of the only U.S. company to use that configuration.
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Union, to a protracted undermining of the foundation of the Union_, far more dangerous than severing it at one blow.
Items which are not found in the Union Catalogue of non-fiction books, the _Union List of Serials_, or other bibliographical sources are listed in the weekly publication _Book Resources_, which is sent to 39 libraries for checking.
The final formation of the preferential union shop as presented to both sides by Mr. Brandeis, Mr. London, and Mr. Cohen, in the Brandeis conference, was this: "The manufacturers can and will declare in appropriate terms their sympathy with the Union, their desire to aid and strengthen the Union, and their agreement that, as between Union and non-union men of equal ability to do the job, the Union men shall be given the preference."
Address given at Union Seminary Oct. 31, 1917, published in the _Union
Constitution, upon the creation of the only sovereign Government in this Union, the _Government of the Union_, she transfers to that sovereign her infant navy; she relinquishes her only attribute of sovereignty -- if such it be -- to the United States, and merges herself with her sister States into that Union of States which has hitherto been our boast and pride, as well as the admiration of the world.
A Report of the Debates and Proceedings in the Secret Sessions of the Conference Convention For Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, Held at Washington, D.C., in February, A.D. 1861
Union, _Union_, UNION, which is like a bait held out to the mass of the people to lure them on, they will grant to the South the meanest and the most contemptible compromises that the worst slaveholders in the South can require.
In my heart I undoubtedly wished, that even in party your union should not be dissolved; for that Union would be the strength of both.
Williams alleged that Nadir, who should have been an impartial mediator, publicly and openly sided with the foreign company by criticising the workers 'union for allegedly agreeing to the termination of 75 workers, as claimed by BCGI, but denied by the Union.
The vote was taken at a Feb. 1 union meeting, according to a letter from Union President Christian Tobin to the district's three fire commissioners.
UNION - The town of Union could be the next Maine municipality to regulate what kind of wind turbines can be built.