Examples of unification in a Sentence
the political unification of several Central European states into a German empire dominated by Prussia
Recent Examples of unification from the Web
About 66 percent of Taiwanese oppose unification with Beijing, a Taiwan Indicators Survey Research poll found in May 2016.
Femme Fatale Sienna (GFW) steps into the ring against Rosemary (IMPACT) for a unification match of the GFW Women’s Championship and the IMPACT Knockouts Championship.
America’s northern neighbor is preparing to mark the 150th anniversary of the country’s unification, a July 1 holiday known as Canada Day.
According to a release, the actual unification will be accomplished over a period of time, with the goal of being a single entity by January.
Eastern Germany is undeniably more vibrant than before unification.
Helmut Kohl, who as German chancellor engineered the unification of West and East Germany and was a principal architect of the European Union, has died at age 87, his party, the Christian Democratic Union, announced on Friday.
In the 1990 German election, the first after unification, Kohl and the CDU triumphed easily.
The reality was that German unification proved extremely expensive.
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First Known Use of unification
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Definition of unification for Students
: the act, process, or result of bringing or coming together into or as if into a single unit or group unification of a divided nation
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