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/ˈyo͞onətē/,
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unities, plural;
  1. The state of being united or joined as a whole, esp. in a political context
    • - European unity
    • - economic unity
  2. Harmony or agreement between people or groups
    • - their leaders called for unity between opposing factions
  3. The state of forming a complete and pleasing whole, esp. in an artistic context
    • - the repeated phrase gives the piece unity and cohesion
  4. A thing forming a complex whole
    • - they speak of the three parts as a unity
  5. In Aristotle's Poetics, each of the three dramatic principles requiring limitation of the supposed time of a drama to that occupied in acting it or to a single day (unity of time), use of one scene throughout (unity of place), and concentration on the development of a single plot (unity of action)

  6. The number one


  1. integrity: an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting; "the integrity of the nervous system is required for normal development"; "he took measures to insure the territorial unity of Croatia"
  2. one: the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number; "he has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"; "they had lunch at one"
  3. oneness: the quality of being united into one
  4. From a Anglo-French unite (c.1200), from Latin unitatem (nom. unitas) "oneness, sameness, agreement," from unus "one". Unity is defined as the state of being undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting. It is the smallest whole numeral representation. ...
  5. UNITY is the theoretical political journal of Socialist Worker (Aotearoa), published quarterly in Auckland, New Zealand, since December 2005. It is edited by Daphne Lawless, and each issue focuses on a central theme of interest to the socialist and radical left movement.
  6. Unity was 311's second independent release and first CD release on their own record company, What Have You Records. It was released in 1991. This album is no longer in print and is very rare. There were only 1,000 original copies pressed and released of this album.
  7. UNITY is a union of by asylum seekers established in the Glasgow, Scotland, in 2005 to ensure that the human rights of asylum seekers and sans papiers in the UK are upheld. ...
  8. Unity is the code name for a Trans-Pacific submarine communications cable in which Google is investing with other partners. Grahame Lynch "." CommsDay.com. September 21, 2007. Retrieved on September 21, 2007. The cable is planned to have "multi-terabit" capacity.
  9. Unity or Progressive Unity was the name used in Saskatchewan, Canada, by a popular front party initiated by the Communist Party of Canada for the 1938 Saskatchewan and 1940 Canadian election.
  10. Oneness; the state or fact of being one undivided entity; A single undivided thing, seen as complete in itself; Any of the three classical rules of drama (unity of action, unity of place, and unity of time). ...
  11. (Unities) The essential elements of a common law joint tenancy. i.e., unities of time, title, interest, and possession.
  12. (Unities) Strict rules of dramatic structure, formulated by Italian and French critics of the Renaissance and based loosely on the principles of drama discussed by Aristotle in his Poetics. ...
  13. (Unities) In co-ownership, the presence of requirements on creation; i.e., whether the interests must have been created at the same time as in a joint tenancy.
  14. (unities) refer to the time, place, and action of a drama. The Neoclassicists believed that a play ought to be confined to a single action that takes place in a single location and occurs within a short time span.
  15. The appearance of similarity, consistency, or oneness. Interrelational factors that cause various elements to appear as part of a single complete form.
  16. Total visual effect in a composition achieved by the careful blending of the elements of art and the principles of design.
  17. and organization of parts so that all contributed to a coherent whole. It is the combined result of all principles of design.
  18. means keeping your design in a sort of harmony in which all sections of the pattern make other sections feel complete. Unity helps the design to be seen as one design instead of randomness all around your design.
  19. (Malayalam monthly, published from Thiruvananthapuram)
  20. The oneness or wholeness in a design that occurs when all parts work together to create a cohesive whole.
  21. is closely linked with the self-perspective, but it merits specific mention on its own as a key aspect of the organization of consciousness. Conscious systems and conscious mental states both involve many diverse forms of unity. ...
  22. One. For example, "an elasticity greater than unity" means an elasticity (defined so as to be a positive number) greater than 1.00.
  23. The sense that all the elements in a piece of writing fit together to create a harmonious effect.
  24. Music consists of repetition (similarity) and contrast. The unity in this framework is achieved through a refrain section or basso ostinato as binding agents, recurrent use of the same melodic or rhythmic motif (persistent figuration, idee fixe, leitmotif as means of creating thematic unity), ...
  25. Unity exists in an essay when all ideas originate from and help support a central thesis statement.