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The histories of the two parishes are intertwined, their shared border revised over the years by annexations for reasons both political and pragmatic.
Whig reformer Henry Clay warned that annexation of Texas would mean war against Mexico on the southern border and with Britain in the north over Oregon.New York’s First Crime Boss: Captain Isaiah Rynders|Mark Lawrence Schrad|September 10, 2021|The Daily Beast
Since 1967 Israel has extended this framework to the occupied Palestinian territories, in a process known as “creeping annexation.”
LAFCO, which is governed by local and appointed elected officials, and is charged with determining boundary changes and annexations for public agencies, is currently reviewing our applications to leave the Water Authority.
“It is not dissimilar from Putin using the Duma to ratify his annexation of the Crimea,” he said.Britain’s PM Cameron And His Awful Assault on Human Rights Court|Nico Hines|October 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Last April, shortly after annexation, the Duma voted for the law allowing gaming zones in Crimea.
The police have made little secret of what they want—Russian annexation.
Oh, and beyond the psychological impacts, Russia is likely to face significant costs as a result of the Crimea annexation.Flex Muscle Spending Has Left Putin’s Russia in an Economic Freeze Frame|Daniel Gross|April 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Crimea annexation was a step in this direction, in Dugin's opinion.Alexander Dugin: The Crazy Ideologue of the New Russian Empire|Oleg Shynkarenko|April 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
During the past decade, the population of three cities has been materially increased through annexation.
On the annexation of Holland to France, he entered the French service with the rank of full colonel.Journal of a Voyage to Brazil|Maria Graham
Tyler approved the annexation of Texas to the Union near the end of his Presidential administration.
The people can claim no rights than such as are known to exist previous to their annexation.
In Virginia, annexation is determined by a panel of three judges, only one of whom is a resident of the county involved.