|Amateur Athletic Union||AAU|
|(Biology) asexual; produced without sexual union, agamous, multiplying asexually||agamic|
|(Biology) reproduction through the union of two different reproductive cells (i.e. male and female), heterogamy||anisogamy|
|(Nicholas) British author; (Walter) African-American author; (Sir Oswald Ernald) English politician (founded the British Union of Fascists and the Union Movement)||Mosley|
|(Republic of Azerbaijan) republic in the former Soviet Union||Azerbaijan|
|(U.S. History) post-Civil War process of reaccepting of Confederate states into the Union; (1865-1877) period during which Confederate states were reaccepted into the Union||Reconstruction|
|19C German customs union||Zollverein|
|a trademark for a fastener consisting of two strips, one with a dense layer of hooks and the other of loops, used especially on outerwear, athletic shoes, and luggage, brand name for a fastener made with two interlocking nylon strips (one with tiny hoo...||Velcro|
|a union of western European countries, established in 1960 to eliminate trade tariffs between member states (EFTA)||European Free Trade Association|
|able to unite, characterized by union||unitive|
|absence of unity, not associated with a trade union; not belonging to a professional union, not in union, not made by union members, not using union members||nonunion|
|act of joining together, alternation of number of bonds, fusion of nuclei, group of verbs with same inflections, inflection of verb, pairing of chromosomes, reproduction in simple organisms, set of various inflectional forms of a verb (Grammar); union,...||conjugation|
|act of joining together; league, covenant; political unity formed by a number of separate states, alliance, joining in federal union||federation|
|act of joining two or more things, unification, union; inclusion; establishment of a legal corporation||incorporation|
|act or process of warming up; time spent warming up; warm-up suit, suit of comfortable clothing worn before or during an athletic activity||warm-up|
|addition of something, appending, attachment; territorial extension; connection, union, something added, taking possession of territory||annexation|
|adherent or supporter of Reconstructionist Judaism; one who supported re-acceptance of Confederate states into the Union after the Civil War (U.S. History)||Reconstructionist|
|advocate of European union, of European origin, of or pertaining to Europe, of the European Union, one of European origin, resident of Europe, somebody from Europe||European|
|alliance between some nations that were part of the former Soviet Union||Cis (Commonwealth of Independent States)|
|alliance, union, voluntary joining together, agreement made between two or more parties to work together toward a common goal, merging into single entity, political alliance||coalition|
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