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  • n. Plural form of unificationist.


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  • He’s working with a small group of Romulan insurgents called unificationists, who—


  • Its spokesman Tim Read told the Guardian that although the UPF was a direct result of the church, not all its members were unificationists.

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  • Maybe it would even wake up a few unificationists about how ugly their thinking really is.

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  • Nearly every facet of Borlu's investigation serves as a way to expand on the strange circumstances or deal with fringe elements, such as ultranationalists who want the territory to belong to just one country and unificationists that want the land to belong to everyone.

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  • With Ul Qoman detective Qussim Dhatt, and struggling with his own transition, Borlú is enmeshed in a sordid underworld of rabid nationalists intent on destroying their neighboring city, and unificationists who dream of dissolving the two into one.

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  • Transcending ideology meant joining together with pro-independence activists like Chen Chu 陳菊 and unificationists like Chen Ku-ying 陳鼓應.

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  • Within seconds, only four of the twelve armed unificationists remained standing.


  • And when the unificationists reared their heads again on Romulus, as Tharrus had no doubt they would, those in the central government would be shown for the fools they were.


  • The unificationists represented the first real challenge to the Romulan political system in a hundred years or more.


  • Then, when he saw the smiles emerging on the faces of the unificationists, he realized he had heard him perfectly.



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