preunion

preunion

(priːˈjuːnjən)
n
a meeting in advance of a permanent union
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In a model essay on the cultural contexts of Burns's ecclesiastical satires, Colin Kidd scrutinises the long genealogy of the 'Moderate' Enlightenment in the anti-Presbyterian polemics of preunion Scottish Tory humanism, the anti-Moderate satire of Burns's contemporary John Witherspoon, and (in a neat turn) Hume's subtle recourse to satirical techniques, unique among the Enlightenment philosophers.
He views removal of domestic and cross-border distortions that hinder investment and trade, improvement in coordination policies, and enhancement of political unification as important preunion steps.
But it is to recall that the most skeptical European leaders have often presided over the most significant advances in the European process--including de Gaulle in the 1960s for the takeoff phase, Thatcher in the 1980s for the preunion phase that launched the single market and its currency, and now Angela Merkel, who inherited the mantle of skeptic-in-chief as her colleagues are torn between the different meanings of an impending institutional finality for Europe.
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En esos lejanos dias preUnion Europea se requerian papeles, y si bien nosotros los llevabamos, el pobre musico paseante no, asi que fue extraido del coche sin miramientos y arrastrado hasta quedar bajo custodia.