Given two terms, their join with respect to a specialisation order.(noun)
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Use "unification" in a sentence
"For word-watchers out there, Bush always used the term unification, never the pro-Beijing reunification."
"Depending on what happens with the assets of ProElite, you could bill this as yet another title unification match, a chance for Anderson Silva to aquire another belt and prove his dominance once again."
"Caballero, 32-2 (21 knockouts), arrived in town from Panama City in anticipation of his title unification bout Friday at Orillia's Casino Rama with Mississauga's Steve Molitor, 28-0 (11 knockouts), the 122 pound International Boxing Federation champion."