Sentences with Union, Sentences about Union in English
1. Are you an active member of the union?
2. Rare is the union of beauty and purity.
3. The union bargained with the management.
4. I think that every state in the union should recognize same-sex marriage.
5. Sorry, I’m going to miss the reunion. I went abroad yesterday via an urgent call.
6. Let me be clear. I support the definition of marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
7. Let me first state that I believe that marriage is a sacred union between one man and one woman.
8. How long before we have, not just homosexual marriage, but homosexual unions between adult men and small boys?
9. Friendship is almost always the union of a part of one mind with the part of another; people are friends in spots.
10. Civil union is less than marriage. Marriage is a sacred and valued institution and ought to be afforded equal protection.
11. All a musician can do is to get closer to the sources of nature, and so feel that he is in communion with the natural laws.
12. The union movement has been the best middle class job creating program that America has ever had, and it doesn’t cost the government a dime.
13. I oppose any attempt to grant homosexual unions the same legal privileges that civil government affords to traditional marriage and family life.
14. We can practice tolerance while still holding true to cultural values that protect the institution of marriage as a union between only a man and a woman.
15. Public-opinion polls show that Americans split about evenly on civil unions. But when the words ‘gay marriage’ are presented, they break 3-to-1 against it.
16. Hence, within the space of two generations there has been a complete revolution in the attitude of the trades-unions toward the women working in their trades.
17. Marriage is one of the most sacred human institutions. I asked our Senators, as many South Dakotans have done, to protect marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
18. Speaking from my experience as a person involved for a long time in building the European Union, it is important to have patience and efforts to build a community of nations.
19. Thousands of years and many civilizations have defined a marriage as the union between one man and one woman. With few exceptions, those civilizations that did not follow that perished.
20. Men don’t and can’t live by exchanging articles, but by producing them. They don’t live by trade, but by work. Give up that foolish and vain title of Trades Unions and take that of laborers Unions.
21. If someone talks about union, fidelity, a monogamous relationship, love, blessing I would say it sounds like marriage to me. And blessing, you see, I think is undermining our sacrament of marriage.
22. The church’s teaching on marriage is unequivocal, it is uniquely, the union of a man and a woman and it is wrong that governments, politicians or parliaments should seek to alter or destroy that reality.
23. When I was in the White House, I was confronted with the challenge of the Cold War. Both the Soviet Union and I had 30,000 nuclear weapons that could destroy the entire earth and I had to maintain the peace.
24. My argument is simple, which is, that for several thousand years in Western civilization, marriage has been the union of one man and one woman. Research is overwhelming that children need mothers and fathers.
25. At my core, what I think we need to do is to get the basics right again. We need to rebuild our family structure, stay away from redefining marriage, and stand by marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
26. So far, 44 States, or 88 percent of the States, have enacted laws providing that marriage shall consist of a union between a man and a woman. Only 75 percent of the States are required to approve a constitutional amendment.
27. Now workers should have the right to join unions. But unions should not be forced upon workers. And unions should not have the power to take money our of their members’ paychecks to buy the support of politicians that are favored by the union bosses.
28. Republican patience with how unionism deals with the political institutions, and with key issues like equality and human rights, will be tested because, obviously, there will be a battle a day on these matters. So lets face up to all of this with our eyes wide open.
29. If you are worried about job security and do not have an adequate emergency fund (ideally eight months’ worth of living expenses stashed away in a federally insured bank or credit union), you need to focus more on saving money than paying down the balance on your credit cards.