uniting

[ UK /juːnˈa‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ US /juˈnaɪtɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the combination of two or more commercial companies
  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
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How To Use uniting In A Sentence

  • Conclusion: Uniting IL - 2 with laser to treat condyloma acuminatum of female genital organ is more effective and can lower its relapse rate.
  • The Nobel laureate Richard Feynman once made a tentative suggestion that a theory uniting quantum mechanics and relativity might lead to an objective state reduction, and others have taken up and built on this idea.
  • The merman was the first to see the importance of uniting the continent of Odyssey
  • Hence that wide-spread Pythagorean philosophy, with its spheral harmonics and esoteric mysteries, uniting in one brotherhood for many years men of thought and action, -- dare we say, our inferiors? The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 20, June, 1859
  • Her parents had been separated since she was two, but becoming refugees together was a last - unsuccessful - stab at reuniting.
  • Without doubt, the national bourgeoisie tends to vacillate, but we should, nevertheless, make use of its positive side, uniting with it as well as struggling against it.
  • Without doubt, the national bourgeoisie tends to vacillate, but we should, nevertheless, make use of its positive side, uniting with it as well as struggling against it.
  • Hcuk is the main representative body uniting over half a million Hindus in the UK.
  • Moreover, I realized -- experienced, even -- at long last, that "the Body of Christ" is a good deal more than a figure of speech; it is an appalling truth and mystery, uniting us beyond our knowing with one another, and uniting us with an ever greater mystery, the perichoresis ( "circling dance") of the Holy Trinity Who is our One God. Scott Cairns: Recovering the Body of Christ
  • _Atropine_ can be formed by uniting tropine and tropic acid, the two decomposition products already noted. Scientific American Supplement, No. 415, December 15, 1883
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