Examples of unitary in a Sentence
the formation of a unitary state
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Hamilton’s idea of a unitary nation, steered by a benevolent elite, has given way to a fractious and pluralistic republic where industries have their own narrow lobbies and members of Congress have separate ethnic caucuses.
So the logical economic strategy is to create a 'region' or small nation focused on one big city, and develop the suburban and rural economy in synergy with that city, not the bigger unitary state.
Instead the department should defend the president’s unitary role in the separation of powers—a position the Constitution supports.
As the effects continue to proliferate—devastating governments, businesses, and individual lives—so too does the range of potential causes, rendering any investigation into origins, especially into a unitary origin, fraught if not ultimately futile.
In the absence of the simple, unitary goal—the Oval Office—that has always pulled her and her allies forward, charting a new course is much more complicated.
Indeed, according to Anne’s biography, her young son understood the idea of the unitary...
Shortly after, federalism was abolished and a new unitary state created.
Whether and how the two come together may determine whether this sample, one-ninth of a unitary work, has staying power beyond the class-reunion phase.
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legal Definition of unitary
- a unitary business operating throughout the U.S.
- imposed a unitary tax on a multinational corporation
- a unitary school district
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