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  • noun The act of reunifying, or reducing to unity; a state of reunion or reconciliation.

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  • noun The unification of something that was previously divided; used especially of a country.

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  • noun the act of coming together again

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Examples

  • The title reunification bout that follows will likely be held in Las Vegas, said White.

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  • "If you ask me if the reunification is done, I would say, 'Yes.'"

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  • By any account the true dems should begin reunification and realize that the things we are all fighting for are more important than who the Democratic Nominee is.

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  • South Korean officials will also have to decide that the tremendous cost of reunification is worth the increased security.

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  • South Korean officials will also have to decide that the tremendous cost of reunification is worth the increased security.

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  • The first is long-term reunification, imposed by Beijing as the only option for Taiwan, and the sine qua non for normal relations with any country.

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  • However, Beijing, it adds, appears prepared to defer the use of force as long as it believes that long-term reunification remains possible and the costs of conflict outweigh the benefits.

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  • The profile details it as belonging to a single male who wants to network and meet friends and has interests in Korean reunification and, perhaps bizarrely, lactose free milk.

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  • Danish historian Feiwel Kupferberg (2002) argues that the real difficulty in German reunification was the discrepancy in the ways the West Germans ( "Wessies") and East Germans

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  • Danish historian Feiwel Kupferberg (2002) argues that the real difficulty in German reunification was the discrepancy in the ways the West Germans ( "Wessies") and East Germans

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