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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of federalise.

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Examples

  • Sagitarron also appears to be more resentful of its integration into the federalised government of the Twelve Colonies after the war, and Tom Zarek led a terrorist campaign there designed to free the planet from its control.

    The Twelve Colonies of Humanity

  • There are two problems for Plaid - the school (though it has 200 children) will be federalised, and the party's branch there is lacking in focus.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • In the all-to-near future, the European Union is well on its way to becoming a single federalised state.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • There are two problems for Plaid - the school though it has 200 children will be federalised, and the party's branch there is lacking in focus.

    Gwynedd Elections Part 1

  • His views reflect a more mature approach to the matter than has previously been the case from the Conservatives, and reflects a growing debate amongst the Tories across the UK concerning devolution and the constitution, and the possibility of a more federalised Britain.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • So Britain, France etc would not be internally federalised – they would be abolished as sovereign entities.

    Everybody's A Nationalist

  • The mass of Europe once united, once federalised or partly federalised, once continentally self-conscious, would constitute an organism beyond compare…But he added this now famous piece, that made his views crystal clear:

    Fresh vomit

  • "If Europe does not progress, Luxembourg will die yet, if it is federalised, the advantages which gave us our prosperity will disappear."

    And then to Luxembourg

  • Gothic style corresponds to the national unity of federalised races, organised by a social hierarchy of mutually dependent classes.

    Renaissance in Italy Volume 3 The Fine Arts

  • Six former heads of European governments, gathered in a German billionaire's brains trust and including Tony Blair, have just delivered a plea for a federalised EU.

    The Guardian World News

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