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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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For about half of the communes (50th percentile), more than 10 percent of farmers purchase rice seed; for a quarter of the communes, at least 30 percent of farmers purchase rice seed (75th percentile).
In the 2nd commune council elections in 2007, the CPP won 1,592 commune chiefs among the country's 1,633 communes, following by the Sam Rainsy Party with 28 commune chief positions and the royalist Funcinpec Party with 2 communes.
One of the first and most influential of the 1960s' hippie communes was Drop City a small settlement founded in 1965 outside Trinidad Colorado.
All Secretariats of BPC's with the participation of secretaries of Communes in these congresses yesterday concluded collecting resolutions, recommendations and remarks made by the masses of the Communes regarding the items of their agenda for their meeting for the current year 2008, in addition to ratification of Friendship Partnership and Cooperation Treaty between great Jamahiriya and the Republic of Italy.
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.
The ruling Cambodian People's Party of Prime Minister Hun Sen has won 98 percent commune chief positions in the second local elections in Cambodia's 1,621 communes, according to official results released Tuesday by the National Election Committee.
The aim of this work was a determination of the socio-economic development level in 181 communes of the Malopolskie voivodeship (Poland) in the year 2001 and a comparison of the modeling efficiency.
Exploring feudal revolution, ecclesiastical reform, and state building, as well as offering a direct challenge to conclusions that overemphasize the secular nature of Italian city-states by pointing out how ecclesiastical institutions influenced the political and religious culture of communes, Lordship, Reform, and the Development of Civil Society in Medieval Italy is a superb addition to college library, Middle Ages studies and World History shelves.
Even the terminally ungifted could find a refuge in this city of 1,001 communal sanctuaries: the car repair communes, the child care communes, the food communes, the Hungadunga commune, the Kaliflower commune--or, if you were flamboyantly talentless enough, the Cockettes commune.
11) Starting out as little more than neighborhood watch associations devoted to public safety, the successful communes accumulated administrative and judicial responsibilities that were eventually catalogued in the rubrics of communal statuti (statutes).
There are over 36,000 communes (the most local tier of government) in France, and all urban areas are a patchwork of these communes -- the central core being surrounded by suburban and peri-urban communes, each with its own mayor and powers, which since the early 1980s have included development control.
This study analyzes the effect of the structure of communes on their success, using the data of 281 communes started in America from 1683 to 1937.
The government also claims to have established trauma centers, provided counselors to the communes and preached reconciliation to survivors of the genocide who may not look too kindly on the homecoming of the Hutus.
The members of this group of command are: The commune of aigrefeuille-d~aunis, The commune of ardillires, The commune of saint-georges-du-bois, The commune of surgres and the community of communes aunis south.
Un engagement est pris pour ramener 24 communes a une alimentation au quotidien.