coterie


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a particular social group

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" This coterie has developed the knack of sensing what Uddhav is about to say and join him.
To implement strategy single-mindedly, the CEO is best served by working closely with a small coterie of devout "believers".
From patronage of institutions and individuals, the dynasties, over the years, have mastered the art of creating coteries, which act as their praetorian guards, drawing protective veils around them, thereby further highlighting the folklore surrounding these families and using it as the tipping point towards forward movement.
“With the perception that materials are no longer made in the USA, we have built a curated and targeted showcase that will support and hopefully strengthen the American economy,” said Matthew Cameron, president and co-founder of Idea Coterie. “Our ultimate goal is to grow awareness of opportunities to support our economy by shopping for American-made products.”
A coterie represents a set of copies of the replicated data.
Philipp Blom's assiduous study of the "coterie" focuses on its radical ambitions for the reform of pre-Revolutionary French society; hence he properly emphasizes its desire to end the paralyzing intellectual and spiritual influence of the Catholic Church and to promote atheism.
At school, Henry and his mates, collectively known as The Purple Hand Gang, clash with Moody Margaret (Scarlett Stitt) and her coterie. A series of pranks in front of two school inspectors threatens the future of Ashdown Primary School and its long-suffering headmistress Miss Oddbod (Rebecca Front).
The Priory is an exclusive elite coterie for the rich and privileged.
The club has spent a great deal of money over the last decade on managers from overseas, their coterie of helpers, and their lavish transfer activities.
A coterie of loyal fans has embraced the look, which transitions as beautifully to Sarasota's lifestyle as Murphy did when she, daughter Elle, and husband Jim LaClair (a Sarasota native) relocated here from Santa Monica a few years back.
Her most ambitious claim is that by virtue of their marginality to institutions of church and state, 'women writers cast a series of overlapping circles of intimacy and extra-state exchange--the religious meeting, the poetic coterie, the extended family--as the material base and ideological model for public debate'.
those tight little gatherings of the PM plus a hand-picked coterie of advisers.
Of late, however, Beckmesser's treatment in the opera has been cast in a decidedly sinister light by a coterie, a veritable cottage industry, of academic writers who shall go unnamed here.
OAK BROOK, IL -- A coterie of leading semiconductor experts in December said looming market concerns over higher oil prices, the U.S.
The kinship coterie and the literary endeavors of the women in the Shelley circle.