confederation

[ kuhn-fed-uh-rey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF confederation

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Such was the state of things when the Confederation was adopted.

The shackles imposed on this power, in the Confederation, are discarded.

But no forces were available for the protection of the property of the Confederation.

As it was, several States refused to enter into the confederation at first.

This confederation scheme, however, has not yet been accomplished.

Do I understand that you wish a confederation of all our cities?

How can part of them belong to the confederation without the whole?

Of the eight provinces of Prussia, two are not included in the confederation.

The Confederation of Arras was proclaimed on January 6, 1579.

This was the first important effort to bring about a Colonial confederation.

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