A combination, for temporary purposes, of persons, parties, or states, having different interests.
A group of players in a game who work together with each other.
(koh-uh-LISH-uhn) noun—two or more groups formed together for a common purpose. The countries that support the U.S-led war, namely, Britain and Australia, are members of a coalition.
An action-oriented group of individuals and/or organization working together in a coordinated fashion toward a common goal.
A combination of two or more parties in Parliament.
An alliance (or combination) of political parties for the purpose of securing a working majority in parliament.
The loose alliance of Mordinese states that was led by Teleth against the machinations of the mad Duke of Alyth in the Mordinese Civil War. Teleth formed an alliance with Tinillion based on mutual fear; Aramor joined them when Telethan forces helped relieve the siege of the city; Sevramion's Baron agreed to join after promised an advantageous marriage to him by the high prince, and Pethoa's ducal council was enspelled into joining by a mysterious and anonymous power. Adana, although it fought hard against Alyth, never joined the coalition, and after the war ended, the coalition fell into bickering amongst themselves and broke apart, unable to enforce a just peace. The Coalition was championed by a number of mercenaries led by Asha the Red.
a group consisting of people from different political or social groups who are co-operating
An alliance, especially a temporary one, of people, factions, parties, or nations
A union or alliance of persons, factions, or tribes, which may be temporary.
a temporary alliance
When two or more parties govern together, when neither has an overall majority. Coalitions are very rare in Westminster; the last was the administration led by Winston Churchill during the Second World War. The Liberals propped up the last years of the Labour Government of 1974-9, but did not actually take a part in its running.
A specific arrangement of parties working together to combine their power. [8
Joining of political groups to pursue a compromise
the state of being combined into one body
the union of diverse things into one body or form or group; the growing together of parts
a coming together of people and organizations to achieve a common goal
a group of individuals, representatives or organizations working together for a common cause, to achieve a common goal or resolve a problem that they have in common
a group of organizations and individuals working together for a common purpose
a group of organizations and people with common goals
a group of small employer groups that join together to obtain group health insurance benefit plans for their employees as a 'single small employer group'
an aggrupation of duly-registered national, regional, sectoral parties or organizations for political and/or election purposes
an agreement amongst parties which need not espouse the same principles but on the basis of agreement set forth a single programme to carry out,' he stated
an alliance and requires more than one party
an alliance of people or organizations who band together to make their voice stronger
an alliance of public policy groups, media activists, and grassroots organizers that are active in the ongoing fight against media consolidation and deregulation
an alliance of States or political parties for common action on a specified policy
a voluntary alliance of nonprofit SMA organizations from across the country concerned with accelerating SMA research
An alliance of independent corporations and/or organizations that decide to work together to achieve a specific political or social goal. By forming a larger network, the group of partners can pool resources and create a more powerful advocacy voice.
long-term alliance that develops over time
Coalition of Families of Korean and Cold War POW/MIAs
"Individuals or organizations working together in a common effort for a common purpose to make more effective and efficient use of resources, an alliance." (Clark, Richard, et. al. 1995). Building Coalitions. p. 1. Columbus, OH: The Center for Action on Coalition Development, The Ohio State University Cooperative Extension Service.
combination of two or more factions or parties for the purpose of achieving some political goal
An official combination of two or more parties in the Parliament whether as a Government or as an Opposition.
a small group of lions or other cats that works together to take over a group
combination of individuals or groups to increase their power
A group of individuals and/or broad-based organizations who have come together for a common purpose.
An arrangement between more than one political party/group. This would usually happen when no party wins more than half of the seats in the Parliament.
Combination of two or more parties with the purpose of forming a composite government.
A combination of organizations and groups working together to influence a single piece of legislation or government decision.
Coalitions are either buy-side or sell-side and are generally groups of buyers or sellers who agree to channel procurement through a single marketplace. They operate a marketplace without having a third party, neutral Net market as the hub. Many claim to be neutral--that anyone can join--but, by the nature of their partnership their first audience is either buyers or sellers. The advantage of coalitions, particularly buy-side coalitions, is they can do a lot of transactions, which creates marketplace liquidity. However, the problem with coalitions is they have several challenges to overcome--political challenges, both from regulators and relationships between powerful companies, as well as technology challenges of integrating legacy systems. Due to the complexity of these issues, none are operational yet. If they do in fact successfully overcome these obstacles and operationalize, we expect they will conduct a large number of transactions because they can force their suppliers to go through this marketplace to conduct the transactions.
Combination of two or more groups for the purpose of achieving the same political goal
countries figthing on the same side in a war.
the joining together of two or more political parties to form a government or an opposition.
A formal arrangement between 2 or more of the parties or groupings represented in the Scottish Parliament to combine to form a government. It is generally expected that coalitions will occur when no single party has an overall majority of seats in the Scottish Parliament. Labour and the Liberal Democrats formed coalition governments after the elections in 1999 and 2003.
A coalition is an among entities, during which they cooperate in joint action, each in their own self-interest. This alliance may be temporary or a matter of convenience. A coalition thus differs from a more formal covenant.
The Coalition in Australian politics refers to the grouping of two right-of-centre political parties that has existed in the form of a coalition agreement since 1922, with only brief breaks (e.g. 1987), between the now Liberal Party and The Nationals. The two parties are, broadly speaking, right-wing parties.
The Coalition (Spanish: CoaliciÃ³n) was an electoral alliance in Puerto Rico.
In the fictional Star Fleet Universe as represented in the range of games from Amarillo Design Bureau Inc. as well as the first two Star Fleet Command games (and the Orion Pirates stand-alone addon for Starfleet Command II) from Taldren, the Coalition is the alliance of the Klingon Empire and the Lyran Star Empire - eventually also including the Romulan Star Empire - which fought together against the Alliance in the General War, the Klingons and Lyrans having been allied in the previous Four Powers War from Y158-Y162.