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the community

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upper classes

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persons as an organized body

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

a pleasant association among people

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Notices were served to the violators while management of the housing societies was directed to ensure implementation of building by-laws and provision of civic amenities to the residents.
The officials said that the housing societies would also join the district administration in planting 1 million trees in Islamabad.
"Despite the publication of show-cause notice in leading newspapers, neither any members nor management of any cooperative societies (under liquidation) have approached this office with respect to the working and affairs of these cooperative housing societies," informed sources in the registrar office.The sources said that now these 603 cooperative societies have been issued final show-cause notice and the management of the societies have been once again directed to immediately ceased their working as the registration of all the cooperative societies (under liquidation) shall be treated as cancelled after seven days.
Owners of fake societies are busy in looting innocent people through advertisements after connivance with CDA officials instead of fulfilling CDA rules and regulations.
He said that during a special audits of the societies, it was transpired that the Federal Employees Housing Society had done embezzled worth Rs7.5 billion, Rs2.6 by Sohan Garden, Rs1.7 billion by Jammu Kashmir Society, Rs320 million by Senate Cooperative Society, Rs670 million by OGDCL Housing Society and Rs20 million by Garden Society.
She further noted that the Societies Act empowered the Registrar to audit financial statements of Societies, adding however that the Society could be given that power by the Registrar to audit their statements within a specified period of time.
In pre-modern societies with limited social welfare systems, historians must first factor in these primary calculations when they speak of motivation and decision making.
State intervention, or non-intervention, is something that we need to take into account when discussing violence in societies. Finally the article will briefly discuss the link between democracy and communal violence.
JARED DIAMOND'S new book, Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed, is neither "superb" (The New Statesman), "incisive" (The Washington Post), "magisterial" (BusinessWeek), nor "insightful and very important" (Boston Herald).
Monoculturalist societies began to emerge around hardening ethnic and religious identification.
Furthermore, they naturally gravitated toward agriculture and a subsequent desire to become slave-holding societies. Despite the features common to the West Indies and the American South, the onset of divergence appears as early as initial colonization in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, as it stems from several advantages the northern colonies possessed.
This activity is carried out by geoscientists whose contribution and progress is facilitated by a well-coordinated spectrum of geoscience and geoscience-related societies that play a vital role in serving the needs of Canadians.
EDMONTON -- The Alzheimer Societies of Alberta, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Palliser Region, Lethbridge, Red Deer and Central Alberta, and the Wood Buffalo and Northwest Territories Chapters will amalgamate as the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories.
State Societies Participate in Pilot Programs Promoting CPAs
It shall be the purpose of the Society to effect this advancement of learning and these interchanges between the disciplines by sponsoring or initiating suitable projects, both of research and of bibliography; and by publication; and by assisting and encouraging discussion groups, especially affiliate societies and local groups; and, where possible, by helping to arrange exchanges of speakers between these groups.
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