integration
in·te·gra·tion n: the act or process or an instance of integrating: as
a: a writing that embodies a complete and final agreement between parties
b: incorporation as equals into society or an organization of individuals of different groups (as races)

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

integration
I (amalgamation) noun admixture, affiliation, alliance, association, blend, blending, coadunation, coalition, coexistence, combination, confederation, consolidation, federalization, fusion, incorporation, intermixture, medley, merger, mingling, mix, unification, union associated concepts: integration of the terms into a contract II (assimilation) noun agreement, alliance, association, coalition, coexistence, combination, confederation, consociation, cooperation, federation, fellowship, merger, mingling, participation, partnership, racial balance, racial harmonization, racial harmony, removal of discrimination, solidarity, togetherness, undividedness associated concepts: Equal Protection, segregation III index affiliation (amalgamation), coalition, consolidation, corpus, federation, merger, totality

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


integration
1) Bringing together people of different races into institutions, such as schools, housing, employment, or the military, that have historically been segregated.
2) Combining the full agreement of the parties into a contract, such that any earlier versions or understandings that aren't included in the contract are superceded. (See also: integration clause)
Category: Business, LLCs & Corporations → Self-Employed Consultants & Contractors

Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. . 2009.


integration
n.
1 The merger of all agreements and understandings between parties pertaining to a particular subject matter into a single written agreement.
2 The removal of racial barriers in society, providing equal access to all public facilities.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.


integration
The bringing together of separate elements to create a whole unit. The bringing together of people from the different demographic and racial groups that make up U.S. society.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


integration
The bringing together of separate elements to create a whole unit. The bringing together of people from the different demographic and racial groups that make up U.S. society.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

integration
n.
   1) adopting a writing as part of an agreement, e.g. "the parties agree that Robert's Rules of Order shall be the procedural rules employed during negotiations."
   2) removing barriers to schooling, housing and employment which formerly segregated races, particularly blacks and sometimes Hispanics, from the general society, dominated by whites in the United States. Integration includes encouragement of free and equal association, equal access to public facilities and housing in any neighborhood, equitable employment, promotions and pay levels, as well as racial mix in schools.

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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