This movement - established by the idealistic pioneer-immigrants at the beginning of the 20th century - grew into a large federate organisation that became the backbone of the labour movement.
Earlier efforts to federate on the basis of the draft constitution devised at the Sydney Convention in 1891 had broken down because of the reluctance of the colonial parliaments to endorse it.
If some of the nations of Europe do wish to federate , let them.
He was one of his generals who had built up a powerful position in the Balkans at the head of his federate army; in order to remove this threat the emperor ordered him to rule Italy in his name.
Agreeing on this bush village becoming a capital took time after the six colonies, on deciding to federate , founded the Commonwealth of Australia on January 1, 1901.
The school's chairman of governors, Debbie Reed, said: ‘Ideally, we would like to find a school that could federate with us.’
The decision of the Australian colonies to federate was a decision that this continent should be governed as one nation.
As the preamble to the Constitution Act says, in agreeing to federate , the Australian people did so ‘humbly relying on the blessings of Almighty God’.
He suggested that, in contrast to the previous government's reform agenda, community government councils may be federated , not necessarily amalgamated.
At the end of the war, Algerians demanded the creation of an independent Algerian state federated with France.