Mennonite

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a member of an Anabaptist movement in Holland noted for its simplicity of life

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Parts of the Bolivian Chaco remain relatively isolated and undeveloped, but extensive areas have been deforested for export-led soybean cultivation, and by Menonite colonies and Bolivian and expatriate ranchers.
The Colonial Office was informed in December, at the highest level, that "such a line of conduct on Mr Hespeler's part while the permission to emigrate has not been granted to the Menonites [sic] is liable to create inconvenient discussions between Her Majesty's Government and the Government of Russia.
to furnish information to Menonites [sic] or other Russian subjects.
36) In addition to Moslems and Jews, Poland welcomed millions of Christian dissidents of various persuasions, including Uniates (Greek Catholics of the Slavonic Rite), Russian Orthodox, Lutherans, Calvinists, Czech Brethren (the Hussites), Polish Brethren (the Arians), Menonites, Schwenkfeldians, and Anabaptists.