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in unison

[of musical notes, instruments, or voices] having the same pitch. This part of the piece is performed in unison. The twins sang in unison.

in unison

together at the same time The audience rose to its feet in unison, applauding and cheering. All the babies in the nursery were wailing in unison.

in unison

1. In complete agreement, harmonizing exactly. For example, Their opinion was in unison with ours. [Early 1800s]
2. Saying the same thing at the same time, simultaneously, as in The whole class answered in unison. [Late 1800s] Both usages allude to the unison of music, a single identical pitch.
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Unison Industries, LLC, is a leader in the design, manufacture and integration of electrical and mechanical components and systems for aircraft engines and airframes.
We can only thank Unison members for their hard work and patience.
Unison said it had raised concerns around rotas, career progression, annual leave, and overtime levels and YAS management had also agreed the use of private St John's Ambulances would cease.
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UNISON Anglesey Branch showing support for the Ynys Mon residential care homes currently under threat of closure Pic: ROBERT PARRY JONES
About Unison - Unison Networks Limited trading as Unison owns, designs, manages and operates the electricity network that serves the Hawke s Bay, Taupo and Rotorua regions.
A Unison spokeswoman said: "Margaret Thomas is a highly respected, very experienced Unison member of staff.
Public sector workers, including Unison members in the police service, local government, the fire service and the NHS have been working tirelessly in dealing with the aftermath of the violence.
Hall added that carriers deploying Unison Media Fidelity Service with other Unison Internet protocol (IP) services, such as the Unison Web Fidelity Service, will have the opportunity to capitalize on the explosive growth of mobile web and video by providing a seamless experience to their subscribers.
Unison typically offers seven years of rent up front for the remainder of the landlord's lease.
The public service union Unison are preparing the test case to win equal pay for female workers.
UNISON, the UK's largest trade union with 1,300,000 members, has embarked on a 'one in a million' TV and press advertising campaign that emphasises one of the oldest benefits of joining a trade union - that there is strength in numbers.
The dispute centres around contracts Unison claims have been imposed on staff.
Sir, - Unison, the public service union, has recently been quite vocal in their protests against the Government.