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  • n. Plural form of unifier.

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Examples

  • At one extreme we find the radical "unifiers" (who take events to be as coarse-grained as objects [Quine 1950]), at the other the radical "multipliers" (who take events to be as fine-grained as facts [Kim 1966]).

    Events

  • It's just laughable for a group to jump into an issue, hurl insults at a town and then pose as "unifiers" of the town.

    The Pink Flamingo

  • There are a few global style unifiers that you will instantly recognize on the backs of the most stylish women from continent to continent: A classic bold red lip, an amazingly sexy pair of black patent pumps, a crisp white shirt, and an elegant clutch bag are a few that instantly come to mind for most women.

    The Style Checklist

  • I considered voting for you in early Jan '08, but the way you and Bill have treated a legitimate contender tells me neithr of you are team players or unifiers ...

    Clinton rallies union in Puerto Rico

  • The breakaway Anglicans, for example, claim they are unifiers in order to disguise their actions: dividing the community and excluding gays and sometimes women from leadership positions.

    Logan Nakyanzi Pollard: Who Will be the History Makers?

  • "We are the party of problem solvers and unifiers," Kaine said.

    Missing in Action

  • This will turn people from mere users into evangelists, and from fragmenters into unifiers.

    inkblurt · Presentation: Architectures for Conversation at IA Summit

  • But there are so -- new political leaders out there who are much more unifiers.

    CNN Transcript Jul 16, 2009

  • The Austin Powers wanted to seem reasonable unifiers -- and didn't want to look like they were squelching the count.

    A Whiff Of Victory . . . But Now It's War

  • The primary season pitted unifiers against factionalists again – so far, with different results.

    Beyond Brand Obama

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