Origin of unification
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1, 2. consolidation, merger, coalition.
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Examples from the Web for reunification
She prevailed on Francois Mitterrand to accept German reunification.How Margaret Thatcher Saved Britain and Changed the World
April 8, 2013
Stalin, for example, had submitted a note in 1952 suggesting that the question of German reunification should be addressed.
As Kennan saw it, more efforts should have been made to bring about a reunification of Germany in the early 1950s.
We still have thousands of Stasi victims who, 20 years after reunification, want to learn the truth from their files.The Spy in My Bed
October 2, 2010
In contrast to their male counterparts, female martyrs are not promised virgins, but reunification with earthly husbands.Judging 'JihadJane'
March 17, 2010
With the reunification of the country, new needs had to be addressed: qualified teachers, adequate facilities, financing.The Civilization of Illiteracy
A great unfinished task is the reunification of Germany through self-determination.
The people of all Vietnam should make a free decision on the great question of reunification.
- an act, instance, or process of uniting
- the state of being united
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Word Origin and History for reunification
1851, noun of action from unify. Unification Church was founded 1954.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper