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unite

an English gold coin minted in the Stuart period, originally worth 20 shillings
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"This is a very personal issue with him," Khan told the newspaper, calling Trump "a divider, not a uniter" and noting Trump's failed 2014 bid to purchase the NFL's Buffalo Bills."He has been elected President, where maybe a great goal he had in life to own an NFL team is not very likely," Khan said.
Moreover, the UKASACS' predecessor, IUKADGE (Improved UI< Air Defence Ground Environment) system which entered service on 1st June 1993 was known to use Marconi's UNITER digital telephone system for its ground-to-ground communications.
But anyone who hopes the new president will govern as a uniter - that the nativism, sexism and racism he expressed for 18 months was merely to pick up votes - should think again.
But anyone who hopes the new President will govern as a uniter - that the nativism, sexism and racism, he expressed for 18 months was merely to pick up votes - should think again.
Rick Perry also spoke at the gathering, slamming President Barack Obama for "demonizing the opposition at every turn" and telling the attendees that the GOP needs to replace him with a uniter, not a "Republican divider." And Gov.
In 2000, George Bush ran as a uniter, not a divider.
And former Liverpool and Manchester Uniter stars Robbie Fowler and Peter Schmeichel will be on hand to offer the crowds their pre and post-match insight on the live matches.
The man whose singular qualification was as a uniter turns out to be singularly unequipped to operate in a polarized environment.
We may see Modi solidify his position as a uniter and not a divisive figure- kind of inclusive, secularist vision.
A sandwich, yes, by most definitions, but also a citizen of the world, a uniter of cultures, an heirloom of a tradition of traipsing and transience.
Other local leaders called on Jordanians to uphold national fundamentals, first and foremost of which is allegiance to the Hashemite throne as the uniter of the country that had the "unquestionable" support of the entire nation.
One moment he's a liberal divider, the next a post-partisan uniter. One minute he's denouncing millionaires for not paying their fair share of taxes as he sees it, the next he's reassuring us that we're all in this together and "class warfare," as the Republicans call it, is the farthest thing from his mind.