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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unify.
- adj. united into a whole
- adj. that operates as a single entity
- adj. that serves all grade levels between kindergarten and twelfth grade.
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- adj. formed or united into a whole
- adj. operating as a unit
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Last summer, comScore took a new tack, rolling out what it calls a unified approach.
We're now using what we call the unified command system where we're sharing information with each other and Logistics, having the right things at the right place at the right time.
Federal agencies, state and local agencies are all working together on this, regardless of whose jurisdiction it is -- working together in what we call unified command.
Supreme Court after that court criticized Florida for lacking what they called a unified standard of counting ballots.
Dr. West underscored the solidarity of the protests, in what he called a unified front against financial and racial inequality, and he said the goal of the uptown rally was to "ensure that the rights of young folks, disproportionately poor and black and brown, are acknowledged and affirmed."
Hitachi said it plans to deliver early next year what it calls a unified compute platform that is suited for both enterprise data centers and hosted cloud providers.
Al-Maliki hailed what he called a unified but diverse government, the creation of which was
The only reason the republicans are so "unified" is becuase Mccain is their only choice. alot f them are dissapointed with the nomination of Mccain.
President Obama tonight pleaded with Democrats to remain unified in the final health care stretch, detailing for his loyal supporters in New York the good things in "the bill you least like."
Rather you are a bow hunter, gun hunter, hunt over bait or use dogs we need to remain unified and protect each others freedoms or risk losing our own.