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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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The final decision in this matter, which gave some property to the Commune, in the possession of which we were confirmed by the Council of State, made me a person of great importance in the canton.
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.
Levin did not agree with Pestsov, nor with his brother, who had a special attitude of his own, both admitting and not admitting the significance of the Russian commune.
Dans leur plainte, les citoyens leses et le president de la commune d'Aguerd indiquent que trois rendez vous ont ete fixes pour la reunion de la commission specialisee au sein de la commune urbaine d'Essaouira, dont le dernier en date remonte au mois d'octobre dernier, notant que tous ces rendez vous ont ete reportes, suite au comportement dudit fonctionnaire, qui reserve par ailleurs un traitement plus rapide a des dossiers similaires et deposes ulterieurement par des citoyens issus d'autres communes.
La delivrance des cartes grises et d'identite nationale debutera la semaine prochaine au niveau des communes de la wilaya de Mascara, a annonce, samedi dernier, le wali.
2015 and concerns the development of the local development plan (PLU) of 10 towns in the community of communes of the Country Cruseilles and achieving health Schedules to the various aforementioned PLU, on behalf of the community of communes.
In the Social and Environmental Responsibility category, the trophy was granted to "Lydec and urban communes of Casablanca, Mohammedia and Ain Harrouda", "Ciments Maroc and the urban commune of Safi and the National Ports Agency (ANP), the urban commune of Essaouira and Association Achouala pour l'education et la culture, Essaouira Section".
The story of the commune is the story of many communes that were launched with the best of intentions, but that found the real world has different rules and values.
The elections were held to elect 11,459 councilors for the country's 1,633 communes.
Each council consists of five to 11 councilors, depending on the demographic and geographic situations of the individual communes.
It is estimated there are about 40 places in the counties of Cardigan, Carmarthen, Brecon and Montgomery alone that could be described loosely as communes.
King Mohammed VI chaired, on Monday in the rural commune of Ait Kamra (the northern province of Al Hoceima), the signing ceremony of two agreements to carry out economic development projects in several centers and communes of the province, for an amount of 300 million dirhams (37.
This article argues that the establishment of five communes in occupied campus buildings facilitated the temporary reconciliation of political and social difference that accounts for the formation of the Columbia coalition.
Cities of God: The Religion of the Italian Communes, 1125-1325, by Augustine Thompson, O.