union of action

See: coaction
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This dance idyll was the first expression of the union of action, decor, and charm, the sort of classical imagination rooted in the past yet reaching toward the future that would animate the productions eight years later of Diaghilev's legendary Ballets Russes.
To do so was to admit that the revolution had failed, was to abandon forever the hope that there might one day be a union of action and dream.
His comments came over a week after the Nigerian government accused foreign powers including the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union of actions that could be deemed as interference, and warned of consequences.

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