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For decades, the states were sufficiently united that talking about America as a collective entity made obvious sense.
In 1987, nearly 200 countries united to pass the Montreal Protocol, a ban that forced manufacturers to create CFC alternatives that wouldn’t tamper with ozone.
Ironically, the “Blinding Lights” meme arguably united families, friends, celebrities, and even virtual classrooms, more than “Blinding Lights,” the song, ever could.
Apartheid-era South Africa was banned—a sanction first implemented at Tokyo ’64—while North Korea and South Korea were permitted to march and compete under a united flag at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.
It made a certain kind of sense to see them united on that same network.
To vow unto him singly, or unitedly, was a duty of his covenant.
By leaping unitedly—first at one then at another—they finally frightened one victim out of the circle of safety.
Unitedly they drank to his weird past,—his interesting present, and to his future life and happiness, far into the night.
Another duty of woman is to unitedly contend for the right of suffrage for those who wish to exercise it.
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Below you see how briskly these rivulets broaden and unitedly carry the pure water to the south.

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