Thesaurus / unify

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Meanwhile, too, there was a growing desire to unify the workers of the country by some sort of national organization.

The Armies of LaborSamuel P. Orth

As the title suggests, the main idea that actuated Schwann was to unify vegetable and animal tissues.

A whole bunch of unifiers were ahead of him; each one of them was trying to unify Italy in his own way.

Humanly SpeakingSamuel McChord Crothers

It is shaped and set to stand and abide where men consort, to unify their minds, and tranquillize their strifes.

And he must unify the approach to both intellect and emotions.

Expository WritingMervin James Curl

It is not as if you had set yourselves to be an imperial people and embrace and unify the world.

Men will unify only to intensify the search for knowledge and power, and live as ever for new occasions.

How therefore do we come to speak of a "perceptible diversity" which mind has to regulate and unify?

An education which should unify the disposition of the members of society would do much to unify society itself.

Bye-laws were made to regulate and unify the administration of sanitary laws by local authorities.

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