unification

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[ US /ˌjunəfəˈkeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /jˌuːnɪfɪkˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. an occurrence that involves the production of a union
  2. the act of making or becoming a single unit
    the union of opposing factions
    he looked forward to the unification of his family for the holidays
  3. the state of being joined or united or linked
    there is strength in union
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How To Use unification In A Sentence

  • Maxwell's theoretical unification of electricity and magnetism was engineered into the modern human power to communicate across space at the speed of light.
  • I will be ready for the unification fight come the summer. The Sun
  • INA amendments in 1965 established a family reunification system, which enabled braceros to sponsor (or withhold or withdraw sponsorship of) immediate family members.
  • It could only do some partial unifications, such as the geometry of conics and the theory of equations.
  • Manzoni's advocacy of a united Italy made him a hero — some called him the saint — of the Risorgimento, the surge for Italian unification. The Great Italian Novel, a Love Story
  • He's been world champion for a year now and might be in line for a unification fight in the next 12 months. The Sun
  • The 1976 Immigration Act made family reunification and refugee settlement two of Canada's fundamental objectives.
  • The unification of Germany was his life's work, in which he was greatly assisted by his opponents' inability to analyse the balance of forces realistically.
  • President Faure and the Togolese government attach great importance to relations with China, adhere to the one-China policy and support China's grand cause of reunification.
  • As these three examples demonstrate, the "one-China principle" has been used by the PRC as a means of waging its "legal warfare" to incorporate Taiwan and to accomplish its bottom-line goal of de jure unification, as explicitly stated by its declared intent to use military force if necessary under the "anti-secession law" of 2005 to "reunify" Taiwan. Jamestown Foundation: All Publications
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