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Coalition Co`a*li"tion, n. [LL. coalitio: cf. F. coalition. See Coalesce.] 1. The act of coalescing; union into a body or mass, as of separate bodies or parts; as, a coalition of atoms. --Bentley.


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- a coalition is a pact or treaty among individuals or groups, during which they cooperate in joint action , each in their own self-interest
- in australian federal politics, the coalition is a formal alliance of broadly centre-right parties, existing in various forms since the
- a coalition government is a cabinet of a parliamentary government in which several political parties cooperate, reducing the dominance
- authorized coalition force from 34 nations led by the united states against iraq in response to iraq's invasion and annexation of kuwait .
- the multi-national force – iraq (mnf–i), often referred to as the coalition forces, was a military command during much of the iraq war ,
- in the war of the sixth coalition (1812–1814), a coalition of austria , prussia , russia , the united kingdom , portugal , sweden , spain
- the war of the first coalition (1792–1797) was the first major effort of multiple european monarchies to contain revolutionary france .
- it is a coalition government , composed of members of both the conservative party and the liberal democrats . the first coalition
- the ‘coalition coupon, often referred to as ‘the coupon, refers to the letter sent to parliament ary candidates at the united kingdom
- a political coalition or political alliance or political bloc is an agreement for cooperation between different political parties on


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Coalitioner Co`a*li"tion*er, n. A coalitionist.


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- the centre-right national coalition party's matti virkkunen and the notably, the national coalitioners and ruralists - both opposition
- in the spring of 1961, the social democrats, national coalitioners, electoral union of kok and kp , national coalition party , 288,912
- political skills for building coalitions, bargaining, risk-taking and one national coalitioner phoned him, asking him to become a dark-
- the national coalition party. (kansallinen kokoomus r.p., fi , kok.; samlingspartiet r.p., sv , saml.) is a liberal conservative political
- the national coalitioners originally chose former regent and prime national coalition party , 141,240 , 22.7 , 68 , agrarian league ,
- only the national coalitioners and swedish people's party voted for mannerheim in this presidential election (see, for example, raimo
- the national coalition party formed a centre-right majority government in may 1924. the national coalitioners were becoming more right-
- (national coalition party ) refused to allow the social democrats to join the government. the national coalitioners moved towards the
- league and national coalition party , were excluded from the government. agrarians, national coalitioners, swedish people's party and
- the national coalitioners declared simply: 'be free.' these traditional democratic national coalition party , 320,366 , 17.0 , 33 , +5 ,



Help for word coalitioners.

Coalitioner Co`a*li"tion*er, n. A coalitionist.


Wiki for coalitioners.

- the centre-right national coalition party's matti virkkunen and the notably, the national coalitioners and ruralists - both opposition
- in the spring of 1961, the social democrats, national coalitioners, electoral union of kok and kp , national coalition party , 288,912
- political skills for building coalitions, bargaining, risk-taking and one national coalitioner phoned him, asking him to become a dark-
- the national coalition party. (kansallinen kokoomus r.p., fi , kok.; samlingspartiet r.p., sv , saml.) is a liberal conservative political
- the national coalitioners originally chose former regent and prime national coalition party , 141,240 , 22.7 , 68 , agrarian league ,
- only the national coalitioners and swedish people's party voted for mannerheim in this presidential election (see, for example, raimo
- the national coalition party formed a centre-right majority government in may 1924. the national coalitioners were becoming more right-
- (national coalition party ) refused to allow the social democrats to join the government. the national coalitioners moved towards the
- league and national coalition party , were excluded from the government. agrarians, national coalitioners, swedish people's party and
- the national coalitioners declared simply: 'be free.' these traditional democratic national coalition party , 320,366 , 17.0 , 33 , +5 ,



Help for word Coalitionist.

Coalitionist Co`a*li"tion*ist, n. One who joins or promotes a coalition; one who advocates coalition.


Wiki for Coalitionist.

- date december 2009 the coalition (coalición) was an electoral alliance in puerto rico . the coalition was formed in 1924, composed of the
- shewman ran as an independent candidate in morris , and defeated coalitionist john c. dryden by 153 votes. shewman was initially
- as a member of the coalitionist faction of the party, he had joined the nationalists by 1925. hill retired in 1927. he died in sydney in
- a coalitionist progressive who had joined the nationalist party by 1922, perdriau was defeated in 1925. on 29 august 1939 he married
- a coalitionist progressive, he had joined the nationalist party by 1922. he left the assembly in 1925 and died in sydney in 1927
- with the disaffection in the conservative ranks, the likelihood of the coalitionists winning the elections became a real possibility if
- his political position in 1854 was ambiguous, and he held some hopes of replacing hincks as a coalitionist premier when the overall
- liberal-progressives and thirteen progressive conservatives were elected, along with two social crediters and three independent coalitionists.
- william fell , independent coalitionist , north shore , 1922–1927 , joseph fitzgerald , alp , oxley , 1920–1927, 1930–1932 ,
- santiago iglesias , coalitionist , puerto rico , 1933-1939 , bolívar pagán , coalitionist , puerto rico , 1939-1945 , jesús t. piñero



Help for word coalitionists.

Coalitionist Co`a*li"tion*ist, n. One who joins or promotes a coalition; one who advocates coalition.


Wiki for coalitionists.

- date december 2009 the coalition (coalición) was an electoral alliance in puerto rico . the coalition was formed in 1924, composed of the
- shewman ran as an independent candidate in morris , and defeated coalitionist john c. dryden by 153 votes. shewman was initially
- as a member of the coalitionist faction of the party, he had joined the nationalists by 1925. hill retired in 1927. he died in sydney in
- a coalitionist progressive who had joined the nationalist party by 1922, perdriau was defeated in 1925. on 29 august 1939 he married
- a coalitionist progressive, he had joined the nationalist party by 1922. he left the assembly in 1925 and died in sydney in 1927
- with the disaffection in the conservative ranks, the likelihood of the coalitionists winning the elections became a real possibility if
- his political position in 1854 was ambiguous, and he held some hopes of replacing hincks as a coalitionist premier when the overall
- liberal-progressives and thirteen progressive conservatives were elected, along with two social crediters and three independent coalitionists.
- william fell , independent coalitionist , north shore , 1922–1927 , joseph fitzgerald , alp , oxley , 1920–1927, 1930–1932 ,
- santiago iglesias , coalitionist , puerto rico , 1933-1939 , bolívar pagán , coalitionist , puerto rico , 1939-1945 , jesús t. piñero



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Coalition Co`a*li"tion, n. [LL. coalitio: cf. F. coalition. See Coalesce.] 1. The act of coalescing; union into a body or mass, as of separate bodies or parts; as, a coalition of atoms. --Bentley.


Wiki for coalitions.

- a coalition is a pact or treaty among individuals or groups, during which they cooperate in joint action , each in their own self-interest
- in australian federal politics, the coalition is a formal alliance of broadly centre-right parties, existing in various forms since the
- a coalition government is a cabinet of a parliamentary government in which several political parties cooperate, reducing the dominance
- authorized coalition force from 34 nations led by the united states against iraq in response to iraq's invasion and annexation of kuwait .
- the multi-national force – iraq (mnf–i), often referred to as the coalition forces, was a military command during much of the iraq war ,
- in the war of the sixth coalition (1812–1814), a coalition of austria , prussia , russia , the united kingdom , portugal , sweden , spain
- the war of the first coalition (1792–1797) was the first major effort of multiple european monarchies to contain revolutionary france .
- it is a coalition government , composed of members of both the conservative party and the liberal democrats . the first coalition
- the ‘coalition coupon, often referred to as ‘the coupon, refers to the letter sent to parliament ary candidates at the united kingdom
- a political coalition or political alliance or political bloc is an agreement for cooperation between different political parties on