What is unified?

  • (adj): Operating as a unit.
    Example: "A unified utility system"
    Synonyms: coordinated, interconnected
    See also — Additional definitions below

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List Of Prime Ministers Of Nepal - Prime Ministers of Nepal (1799–Present) - Prime Ministers of The Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal (2008–Present)
2008 83 Nepali Congress 33 Prachanda 18 August 25 ... May 280 ... Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) 34 Madhav Kumar Nepal 25 May 6 ... February 622 ... Communist ...
Communist Party (disambiguation) - Unification, Unified, Union, United, Unity
... Communist Party Communist Party of Indian Union (Marxist–Leninist) Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist) Communist Party of Nepal (Unified) Communist Party of Nepal (United Marxist ...
San Leandro Unified School District
... San Leandro Unified School District is a publicly funded unified school district in San Leandro, Alameda County, California ...
Scott Ambler - Work
... Ambler has developed the Agile Unified Process (AUP) - a simplified version of the Rational Unified Process - and the Enterprise Unified Process, an ...
Lammersville Elementary School District - History
... to the proposal for Lammersville to break away from Tracy Unified, which the district has worked toward since 2008 ... residents on June 8, 2010 voted to form the Lammersville Joint Unified School District.The district will separate from Tracy Unified and form an independent school district on July 1, 2011 ...

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    Under weak government, in a wide, thinly populated country, in the struggle against the raw natural environment and with the free play of economic forces, unified social groups become the transmitters of culture.
    Johan Huizinga (1872–1945)

    The man who knows governments most completely is he who troubles himself least about a definition which shall give their essence. Enjoying an intimate acquaintance with all their particularities in turn, he would naturally regard an abstract conception in which these were unified as a thing more misleading than enlightening.
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