01. The new leader of the party has said that his first task will be to [unify] the different groups within the party.
02. The economic [unification] of Europe has brought about a higher level of overall prosperity.
03. The parents were [unified] in their support of the teachers during the strike.
04. The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center [unified] both major political parties behind the President.
05. Helmut Kohl signed the agreement to [unify] the two Germanys into one republic.
06. Many people in Korea pray for the day when the North and South are once again [unified] into a single nation.
07. The cost of [unification] for the two Germanys was largely paid for by the west.
08. Einstein said that a [unified] super-theory of everything would enable us to "read the mind of God."
09. The [reunification] of Hong Kong with China was celebrated all over the country today.
10. Any attempts to [reunify] the country through force will not succeed.
11. She has always been a real [unifying] force within the party, and would make an excellent leader.
12. In 1601, Lord Tokugawa [unified] Japan under his rule.
13. China was [unified] under the Qing dynasty in 221 B.C.
14. Napoleon took 14,000 French decrees, and simplified them into a [unified] set of seven laws, the first time in modern history that a nation's laws applied equally to all citizens.
15. A [unified] Thai kingdom was established in 1350.
16. Reggae star Bob Marley sang, "How good and how pleasant it would be before God and man, to see the [unification] of all Africans."
17. Islam acts as a [unifying] force among Pakistan's many ethnic groups.
18. Until the 20th century, Libya was simply the name of a general area, and not of a [unified] nation.
19. In 1967, the city of Jerusalem was [re-unified] as Israel removed barricades separating the Old City from the Israeli sector.
20. It really [unifies] people to go through difficult times together.
21. Until the tenth century, the Christian Church was the main [unifying] force and channel of culture in Europe.

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