兼并

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annexation

noun

Definitions of annexation

  • the act of taking possession of land or a country, particularly by force or without consent

    "The mayor defended his efforts to expand the city through annexation."

  • the action of annexing something (=separating one thing from another thing, especially territory)

Phrase Bank for annexation

  • With this annexation of Bavaria, Charles completed his conquest of the Saxons and the Germans and he now turned his attention to other regions bordering upon his extensive kingdom. AMK – 001271 thoroughly homogeneous nation-state (before the annexation of the five new Länder, at least).

  • Under the agreement, four existing Lime Township subdivisions, which were platted before the original agreement in 1997, can be annexed into Mankato and receive city water and sewer service if 70 percent of the property owners petition for annexation.

  • Learn more about the city of Fort Collins’ possible annexation of a 3-mile stretch of East Mulberry Street at two drop-in open houses next week.

  • The meeting will focus on one of the tax bills, House Bill 1104, which contains language regarding involuntary annexations.

  • The City Council on Tuesday night put off voting on a controversial annexation of unincorporated land so issues between the city and the developer can be worked out.

  • Two Marion City Council members voted to block the annexation from going to a final vote last month.

Additional Notes for annexation

  • annexe (verb) The City of Laurel is preparing for the possibility of annexing the Pendorff community after the city council approved the facilities and service plan this week.

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