Annexation Definition

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1. A protectorate has frequently been a first step to annexation. 1
2. Advocates just seem to take it on faith that annexation is the only hope of salvation for this city. 1
3. After annexation by the Romans in A. D. 106, the city—once a hub of commerce—became less important as trade routes developed along the Red Sea and Nile River. 1
4. Ancient people Fumio established and indisputable zhaotuo, the anti - annexation of the territory was zhaotuo. 1
5. And the faithful still see annexation as one way to pay that bill -- and no proof it will work is required. 1
6. As a new phenomenon in China , cityannexationresultsin problems of urban form, whichconsiderablylimitsthe urbandevelopmentsof annexation - typed cities. 1
7. But a serious lag in the development of infrastructure has followed rapid annexation, and many annexed areas still lack basic services. 1
8. But the annexation of the other planets of the Althosian system had left Nicaea economically and morally bankrupt. 1
9. But the legacy it leaves behind on annexations and incorporations will have significantly changed Tucson for decades to come. 1
10. City officials are wary of population loss to suburbs and point with pride to the overall population gain that has accompanied annexation. 1
11. Druze men attend a rally in a village near the Israeli-Syrian border in the Golan Heights. The annual demonstration protests Israel's 1981 annexation of the disputed territory. 1
12. For years, annexation has been the primary means by which city officials planned for growth. 1
13. Garrisons established to protect colonies acquired in the Spanish American War and kindred annexations. 1
14. He mentioned the Japanese annexation of Korea in 1910 . 1
15. He said the annexation should be a benefit, not a detriment, to taxpayers. 1
16. His reign, defeated the rival Assyrian Urartu, Syria conquered the entire region, the annexation of Babylon. 1
17. I regard the question of annexation as belonging exclusively to the United States and Texas. 1
18. In 1897, the government signed a treaty of annexation with Hawaii. 1
19. In the immediate aftermath of annexation or conquest Euric's rule was far from pleasant. 1
20. It had been his great - grandfather Micach who had engineered the annexation of Hawail. 1
21. It was our Mexican War that began after the annexation of Texas and ended with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. 1
22. It was part of Palestine from 1923 until its annexation by Jordan in 1948. 1
23. Its annexation caused the prosperity of the above-mentioned Palmyra, whose aristocracy and dynasty were likewise descended from the Aribi. 1
24. Just the sort of thing that tends to get desperate politicians and bureaucrats salivating over the prospect of annexation. 1
25. Like the annexation of Tucson Mall a decade earlier, these three areas could provide a substantial profit for the city. 1
26. Quickening the Pace of the annexation and Bankruptcy and Advancing the Optimization and Reorganization of Enterprises. 1
27. Residents living south of the proposed annexation told the Weekly that car accidents on Wilmot happen all the time. 1
28. She says she might oppose the final annexation plan if given enough reason. 1
29. Skalsky is evasive about her position, claiming her recent vote only expedited the annexation process. 1
30. Some city residents who oppose annexation are concentrating on trying to accomplish positive alternatives. 1
 

Annexation

[ˌanekˈsāSH(ə)n]

NOUN

annexations (plural noun)

  - the action of annexing something, especially territory.

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List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

-Acy
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