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- v. Present participle of unify.
- adj. Tending to unify; promoting unity; uniting.
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- adj. tending to unify
- adj. combining into a single unit
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He is also the president of the National Coalition for Dialogue with Tribes of Afghanistan, a grassroots trans-tribal movement that has had much success in unifying all the tribes and an organization that works toward the goal of eliminating the deprivations suffered by the Afghan peoples in the past and continuing into the present.
In Lebanon, Iran succeeded in unifying Shiites behind Hezbollah, the militant Islamist group it backs with Syria.
I'm glad that Hillary was able to begin unifying the rift that was widening during the primary season.
Democrats will begin unifying behind our nominee and McCain will begin to crash and burn in the image of his master, Bush.
My request to you is to work with Obama in unifying the party and helping him win the general election.
I can't really think of any main unifying characteristic of the expats here.
•George Clooney issued a statement early Wednesday, "I congratulate President-elect Obama on his historic victory, and now it's time to begin unifying the country so we can take on the extraordinary challenges that this generation faces."
And he does it with a platform and rhetoric that suggests a genuine interest in unifying America, which is why one of my most conservative friends is now voting for him.
Nevertheless, the ideal -- understanding by this term the unifying principle that excites creative work and supports it in its development -- undergoes metamorphosis and must be not only individual but collective; the creation does not realize itself save through a "communion of minds," by a co-operation of feelings and of wills; the work of one conscious individual must become the work of a social consciousness.
Instead, he wants to create another name unifying the places, and acknowledging many of the native tribes here, collectively known as the Coast Salish because of shared Salishan languages.