confederation


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an association, especially of nations for a common cause

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

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the state of being allied or confederated

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a union of political organizations

the act of forming an alliance or confederation

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But unlike OPEC, which controls 40% of the world's oil output, what Moscow has in mind will be a balanced global energy producer-consumer confederation to focus on oil, pipeline gas, LNG, and electricity, with emphasis on gas as a clean source of energy.
Confederation Freezers is a family owned company of 30 years with head offices located in Brampton, Ontario.
The Japanese confederation wants more contact with China because it is ''very important for Asia and the world,'' the Japanese delegation member said.
But the confederation feels that the issue is so important that it will require close attention and further lobbying in the weeks to come.
As the business results of the auto industry have remained favorable, we should call for a monthly average pay-scale increase in order to improve our wage levels, which are lower than other industries,'' said Yuji Kato, the confederation chairman.
A committee of the Legislature set up to assess Confederation recommends against it.
Through this research, we would like to examine what the confederation should do in the years ahead,'' said Fumiyo Kiyomasa, deputy chief of the confederation.
Johan-Ludvik Carlsen (left) from the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions and the vice-President of the Czech-Moravian Confederation of Trade Unions, Mr.
Historically, in Confederation, we have a special place like no other people have (except Quebec).
The Japanese Trade Union Confederation (Rengo) will set up the company in November with a capital of 100 million yen to provide placement services at low cost.
The Construction Confederation represents more than 5,000 UK building contractors and accounts for more than three quarters of the industry.
In March 1999 to mark the 50th anniversary of Confederation the Newfoundland Historical Society organized a symposium entitled "Encounters With the Wolf" (so called because of the anti-confederate song "Come near at your peril, Canadian Wolf
At one point, a government-commissioned tourism consultant's report recommended, among other things, enlisting Disney to develop the North Shore, virtual Fathers of Confederation and an IMAX theatre at the foot of the Confederation Bridge, itself a designated "tourist attraction.
Smallwood, to the views of the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church on the issues of confederation and education.
A REVIEW OF BRITAIN AND THE ORIGINS OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION, 1837-67
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