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Synonyms for commune

Synonyms for commune

a body of people or families living together and sharing everything

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communicate intimately with

receive Communion, in the Catholic church

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Why, sir, two years after I had taken these momentous trifles in hand, and had carried the matter through to the end, every poor family in the Commune had two cows at least, which they pastured on the mountain side, where (without waiting this time for an authorization from the Council of State) I had established a system of irrigation by means of cross trenches, like those in Switzerland, Auvergne, and Limousin.
He has been fed and cared for as the adopted child of the Commune.
This is the most original and challenging reinterpretation of the Paris Commune to appear, certainly in English, for many years.
In his new position, Commune will assume the responsibilities of MontaVista international operations at the company's recently-inaugurated European headquarters in Paris.
The Sovereign lays foundation stone for the building of student house in Thar Souk commune, worth 2.
A book of 364 pages devoted to fourteen years in the history of a Tuscan commune of secondary importance might seem to be carrying the concept of a local study to extremes, but Green's command of the sources and his eye for the deeper implications of his material ensures that Lucca under Many Masters carries a significance beyond that suggested by its title.
Each family was provided with a small plot of arable land adjacent to their home while the largest parcels were maintained undivided for use by the whole commune, typically for livestock but in areas with farm land, for cultivation also.
The Sovereign enquires about the project of rebuilding a health center in Jbabra commune, for a total costof 1.
The ius commune was the common body of procedures, vocabulary, and principles of judicial reasoning built on two legal corpuses.
These projects, which are funded by the Agency for the promotion and the economic and social development of the prefectures and provinces of the north, aims at promoting school enrollment and fighting against school wastage in the targeted communes, creating conditions of stability for the educational staff in remote areas and improving the education system's performance.
Generally, the commune directly administered major gabelles or levies, while farming numerous lesser ones.
Ainsi, des subventions de l'ordre de 10 millions DA ont ete octroyees respectivement aux communes d'Ain El-Turck, Bousfer et El-Ancor, alors que 8 millions DA ont ete attribues a la commune de Mers El-Hadjadj, 7 autres millions DA pour Ain El-Kerma et, enfin, 5 millions DA octroyes a la commune de Gdyel.
Summary: Sidi M'Hammed Ben Lahcen (Taounate) - HM King Mohammed VI inquired, on Friday, in the commune of Sidi M'Hammed Ben Lahcen in the province of Taounate, about the progress made within the framework of the national rural roads programme in addition to rural development projects.
Marlis von Hessert documents the shift in political power in Renaissance Florence from the commune to the Medici through an iconographic study of the Florentine use of the iconography of Hercules and his labors over a period of three hundred years.
La commune de Hoceinia a ete l'une des beneficiaires de l'adduction d'eau a partir du barrage d'El Moustakbel.
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