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persons as an organized body

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We can see how useful their production may have been to a social community of insects, on the same principle that the division of labour is useful to civilised man.
I think a non Jew would have felt very much the odd man out in such a closely knit Jewish community, so no one ventured in, except the milkman, the postman, the dustman, the window cleaner and the rag and bone man.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), through several extramural activities, promotes CBPR that encourages partnerships between community members and academic researchers in public health.
Honored for their outstanding efforts to provide jobs, affordable housing and vitally needed community facilities in "communities of opportunity" across America, the 2005 recipients of the Award are: Leviticus Alternative Fund, Yonkers, NY for Advocacy; Seedco, New York, NY, for Community Impact; Low Income Investment Fund, San Francisco, CA, for Financing; and New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, Concord, NH, for Innovation.
Money problems for community colleges, as well as their students, are forcing both to buy into what can only be called "homeland security education.
In early 1994, Macomb formed a Crime and Quality of Life Advisory Committee, changing the name in 1996 to Community Quality of Life Committee and expanding the purview to include all of McDonough County.
School-family-community partnerships are collaborative initiatives or relationships among school personnel, parents, family members, community members, and representatives of community-based organizations such as businesses, churches, libraries, and social service agencies.
In order to examine the sense of community and rural community change, Salamon utilized a community ethnographic method supplemented by additional research methods, and she devised a typology to examine four community dimension indicators which consisted of (1) public space and place; (2) interconnections; (3) social resources; and (4) cross-age relations.
While persons, agencies, and governments sought to identify modes of transmission, strategies for disease containment, and treatment for SARS, fear spread unchecked throughout the global community.
This case study provides an overview of how a cancer education initiative was introduced in a Los Angeles community and includes a brief examination of previous awareness and screening efforts targeting medically underserved South Asians.
Of the new students expected, approximately 60 percent will begin their higher ed careers at community and technical colleges.
CBR is "collaborative, change oriented research that engages faculty members, students, and community members in projects that address a community-identified need" (Strand et al.
From the S & T community, one often hears, "The acquisition guys never transition our technology
To give just one example, the planned joint use library at Portree in the Scottish Highlands is currently causing controversy; according to the local newspaper, "The inclusion of community facilities within the school--most notably the Portree public library--has proved an unpopular decision, with several community groups campaigning to retain the library within the centre of the village" (West Highland Free Press, 2004).
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