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  • v. Present participle of reunify.


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  • Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss's 2000 film is about the life of an Afro-German bohemian who tries to make a living in reunified Berlin but ends up living on welfare.

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  • Yes, there's a new, monumental style to the political architecture of the "Berlin Republic," as political-science types have dubbed reunified Germany.

    Germany's 'Kohlosseum'

  • While just 16.1% thought Taiwan would be "reunified", and less than 10% said we'd wind up independent, some 60% thought the status quo be the ultimate destiny of Taiwan.

    Status Quo Forever

  • Beijing considers Taiwan as its territory, to be "reunified" by force, if need be.

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  • China still sees the island as a renegade province to be "reunified", by force as a last resort.

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  • According to a summary released last night by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, beginning on Jan. 1, 2011, the estate and gift tax exemptions would be reunified, meaning both would go up together for two years to $5 million per person. News

  • "Taiwan is the most important issue to China," Zhu said of the island that China's Communist Party has said could be "reunified" by force as a last resort.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Out on Makrigianni Street, which runs alongside the museum and is being scrubbed hourly in anticipation of the opening ceremony, there is a popular upswelling of feeling in favour of the marbles being "reunified", to use the word the Greeks favour.

    The Guardian World News

  • Zachary Quinto bit into his reunified role with relish.

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  • Angela Gehring was a 10 year old East German when the country reunified.

    Germany Marks 20th Anniversary of Reunification


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