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a particular social group

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To handle this problem, when a Read/ write request is addressed, our load balancing strategy is invoked and the Coterie is restructured in order to reduce the load of the coterie and the communication cost of the quorum when the Read/Write request is achieved.
I cannot even remember the name of the restaurant we were looking for when we stumbled on the Coterie.
This book maps his career from formative moments in aedicular spaces under the table as a child in a Cheltenham vicarage through subsequent conversations with artists, a prince and an international coterie of professional colleagues, friends, and politicians, to decisions at the drawing board, faculty meeting and building site.
After a coterie of queers crashed Walt Disney World in 1991, a red-T-shirt-wearing craze swept theme parks around the world.
The cosy coterie of New Labour and the BBC is becoming almost incestuous.
Over the past decade, a series of remarkable scholarly works have begun to restore to literary history the vital coterie of women writers, expressing themselves mostly in manuscript culture, who flourished in the Delaware Valley around Philadelphia in the late eighteenth century.
But my young friend will quickly develop a coterie of detractors who are critical of his decision-making and the words and methods used to convey his decisions.
The Kentucky Derby might only last three minutes, but Coterie, an Oxford Service League, is making every second count.
Chapter 5 explores Le Recueil des Nouvell' Oeuvres poetiques, where the influences of Tyard's literary coterie vie with refined introspection.
Former college players Dara Broadus (Furman) and Nakia Davis (Louisiana State) head a short list of black women with tour aspirations, but the real prospects may well be a coterie of teeny boppers.
When Gorbachev and his coterie of self-anointed "wise persons" talk about the need to "govern and regulate human interaction," they are advocating Soviet-style regimentation on a global scale.
A coterie of First Division chairmen, led by Paul Scally of Gillingham, Simon Jordan of Crystal Palace and Theo Paphitis of Millwall, are unhappy.
The logic here is that the publisher has a "safe," loyal coterie, but one that is shrinking 10 percent per year.
This privileged coterie is long overdue more scrutiny.
We see Jane Hutt with her coterie but not a uniformed doctor or nurse in sight.