coalition


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an association, especially of nations for a common cause

a group of individuals united in a common cause

a bringing together into a whole

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A sense of turmoil continues to plague the Christian Coalition (CC).
According to the neighbors, the City had permitted the plans to go forward without undertaking an analysis of these possible environmental effects, which the coalition claimed was in violation of State and City Environmental Quality Review laws.
During the past two years, I have enjoyed the challenges and opportunities of helping to re-ignite the Music Education Coalition that is headquartered on the Internet at www.
Coalition schools are members of the Sun Belt, WAC, MAC, Mountain West and Conference USA.
In 1998, they formed a coalition to design and implement a health education intervention for young men.
It begins with the League's relationships with our Representatives and Senators, and the community as a whole through coalition work, letters to the editor, forums and debates.
Toni Morrison's Paradise (1997) seeks to re-imagine agency as a function of coalition processes that are communal and caring in impulse.
Suppliers, too, view the growing coalition market as a means of increasing profitable market share.
In 1999, Jones and Shaw helped found the first and only Native American state coalition against domestic violence in the country.
The purpose of this study is to serve as a guide for the military departments' (MILDEPs) International Logistics Control Offices (ILCOs) to follow when coalition defense operations involving U.
Thanks to colleagues at the Coalition for a Livable Future, Tasha Harmon, a housing advocate in Portland, Oregon, doesn't worry so much about missing regional planning meetings anymore.
The Coalition to Protect America's Elders, an advocacy group founded by Florida lawyer James Wilkes, delivered its indictment of the nursing home industry at a September 14 event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.
Tax troubles and funding woes add fuel to the antigay campaign at Pat Robertson's Christian Coalition
Fast forward to 1996: Pat Robertson and the Christian Coalition were dominant players and scriptwriters for the party platform at this year's Republican National Convention.
At the top, with the so-called Christian Coalition, it's more of the same old Washington trip--take away the name, and you wouldn't see much difference from any other right-wing group-except the sanctimony that the name itself provides.
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