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The latest Zoom meeting on April 10 established grounds for corporate unification, an attendee told the Washington Post, between companies that had been publishing individual statements about voting legislation.
Recollective Synthesis or Thoughtive Unification is used where no relation exists.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
In both cases the unity of the supreme head tends to bring about an inner unification of the group.
The social significance of the primitive dance lies precisely in this effect of social unification.
The unification of the railways caused greater difficulties.
The Chancellor, without wasting time to answer, raised the bottle to his lips, exclaiming: "Here's to the unification of Germany!"
Europe, under the idea of Christendom, had gone far towards unification.
The gradual unification operates on all the branches of finance,—expenditure, revenue, debt and methods of control.
Convention of Dec. 31, 1913, regarding the unification of commercial statistics.
Convention of Sept. 23, 1910, respecting the unification of certain regulations regarding collisions and salvage at sea.

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