Roleset id: unify.01 , join together, joining into a unified whole, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
unify.01: UNIFY-V NOTES: Verbnet entry amalgamate-22.2-2-1. Framenet entry Amalgamate. (from unify.01-v) UNIFICATION-N NOTES: Added by Julia based on unify-v.01. Corresponds to VNcls amalgamate-22.2-2-1. (from unification.01-n)
arg3-domain of unification added based on corpus examples, as it may occur in addition to args 1& 2. (from unification.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: joiner, agent (vnrole: 22.2-agent)
Arg1-PPT: first (or all) thing(s) unified (vnrole: 22.2-patient)
Arg2-PPT: second thing unified, if separate from arg1 (vnrole: 22.2-co-patient)
Arg3-ADJ: unification in what domain
Arg4-PRD: unified whole
Arguing that the separate financial marketplaces acted as one, and concluding that the crash had ``raised the possibility of a full-scale financial system breakdown,'' the presidential task force called for establishing [a super-regulator]-1 to oversee the markets, to make margins consistent across markets, *trace*-1 to unify clearing systems and to install circuit breakers.
Arg1: clearing systems
It effectively attempted to unified church with state.
Arg2: with state.
Therefore , as long as the CCP regime has no intention to use military force against Taiwan , I pledge that during my term in office , I will not declare independence , I will not change the national title , I will not push forth the inclusion of the so - called " state - to - state " description in the Constitution , and I will not promote a referendum to change the status quo in regard to the question of independence or unification .
That's why ``we have been working hard to develop a single, more unified presence in Europe,'' said A.J.C. Smith, Marsh& McLennan's president, at a London news conference yesterday.