Definition of unitarist. Meaning of unitarist. Synonyms of unitarist

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word unitarist. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word unitarist and, of course, unitarist synonyms and on the right images related to the word unitarist.

Definition of unitarist

No result for unitarist. Showing similar results...

Meaning of unitarist from wikipedia

- In politics, unitarisation is a process of uniting a political entity which consists of smaller regions, either by cancelling the regions completely or...
- Industrial relations is a multidisciplinary field that studies the employment relationship. Industrial relations is increasingly being called employment...
- from 6 to 20 February 1797 and re-elected as a deputy in August 1797. A unitarist coup d'État on 22 January 1798 ejected the Federalists from the ****embly...
- cohere as a unified entity. The country's chief political division saw the Unitarists (or Unitarians, with whom Sarmiento sided), who favored centralization...
- Protestant church Protestant church from the Bizsóka Unitarist church front Gazetteer of Hungary, 1st January 2015. Hungarian...
- Liberal Party in 1846. Although the motto is often used in Belgicist or unitarist circles (as a call to Flemings and Walloons, natives of Brussels and German...
- (federiranje federacije), a reference to the struggle between Yugoslav unitarists who advocated giving more powers to the central government and federalists...
- perspectives. The first, for which Fox coined the name "unitary" (later unitarist), denies that the interests of employers and employees were significantly...
- Republic, by general Herman Willem Daendels, which brought the radical unitarist faction of Wybo Fijnje and Pieter Vreede to power, and he helped write...
- proposal was as gasoline on the already raging fire of the fight between Unitarists and Federalists for the soul of the Batavian Republic. The tax was adopted...