If some members of the coalition are taking, other members of the coalition will demand a take too.
Not everyone signed up for the coalition, she says, noting that the Komen foundation did not join.
The coalition will work with partners to create a digital “badging system.”
But the document drafted by the coalition calls for recognition before it forms what it will call a temporary government.
Democratic Reps. Dianne DeGette of Colorado and Jan Schakowsky of Illinois pulled together a coalition.
The Governor next endeavoured to obtain a coalition Ministry, but failed, and a dissolution was granted (April, 1909).
Then the coalition came along and his place knew him no more.
They declined in a letter to the Duke of York, alleging differences on grounds of policy too deep to admit of a coalition.
The triumph of the coalition and the entry of the allies into Paris.
As this program was somewhat vaguely worded, coalition in the strict and true sense of the word was not secured.
1610s, "the growing together of parts," from French coalition (1540s), from Late Latin coalitus "fellowship," originally past participle of Latin coalescere (see coalesce). First used in a political sense 1715.
An alliance of political groups formed to oppose a common foe or pursue a common goal.
Note: In countries with many political parties, none of which can get a majority of the citizens' votes, the only way an effective government can be formed is by a coalition of parties. Such coalitions are often unstable.