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That’s why the response to the coup from Myanmar’s thriving arts community has been unified, Khine says.
In creating a transformed US paid search account aligned to Schneider Electric’s business goals of driving the right search traffic to the right pages on the site, the unified paid search team wasn’t starting from square one.
It’s so striking to me that this is one of those things where you’d think it would unify the country.
In the middle of it all is McCarthy, who tried to unify his caucus in that closed-door meeting, standing behind Cheney and Greene both.
“City of a Thousand Gates” might not appeal to readers who like their stories neatly unified, resolved, centered on the individual.
We need to remove the notion that sleep is a luxury and replace it with the truth, which is that sleep is something we all deserve and that unifies us.
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
Men will unify only to intensify the search for knowledge and power, and live as ever for new occasions.
But stress has done more than articulate or unify sequences that in their own right imply a syntactic relation.
LANGUAGEEDWARD SAPIR
Equilibrium of intelligence tends to unify and harmonize American interests and to strengthen patriotism.

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