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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunitaryu‧ni‧ta‧ry /ˈjuːnətəri $ -teri/ adjective formal  relating to or existing as a single unit a single unitary authority for the whole region
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unitaryIt wants a unitary authority and it wants it to be based upon its present framework.The smallest metropolitan county had, therefore, a population approximately double that of the largest unitary authority.Arbiter theorists also recognize that liberal democratic states vary greatly in their internal organization between federal and unitary forms.The degree to which the entire godhead is evoked as a unitary spiritual conception depends upon the circumstances.More than 70 percent of the current countries are unitary states.Both authors' work has been combined into a unitary whole.Being defined in terms of tension or paradox, ambiguity's potential diversity was restored to some sort of unitary wholeness.
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