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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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The Embers say their unpublished findings offer a tentative theory of war, at least among "simple" societies: The societies that engage in the most warfare express considerably more fear of food shortages caused by expected but unpredictable natural disasters, such as drought, flood or infestation.
This scheme proved to be among the most consistent sources of income for colonization societies.
Societies can link to local or national companies that sell what members may want.
Admittedly speculative, this section sets out to measure the determinants of sickness time and mortality by combining evidence from the 1891 census of England and Wales and the author's own calculations based on the material from the friendly societies.
Given these methodological and theoretical problems associated with the study of one of the most open countries in the Arab world, the concern should be doubled or even tripled when we talk about closed societies like Saudi Arabia.
We would like the network to be in place within a matter of months and hope that all state societies will find it to their advantage to participate.
He elaborates more by stating, "I know that sex is natural, but I pursue it with a psychology that carries with it old wounds of tribal societies that migrated to the cities.
Respondents consider their membership in the AICPA and state societies to be important and generally gave the AICPA and state CPA societies positive performance reviews.
32 provides that the relevant administrative body, after consulting with the concerned union of societies, may refuse to declare the constitution of a society either because the community does not need its activities or because of the existence of other societies satisfying the same needs (Council of State, 1987).
Ellis Goldberg argues that during that period an Islamic bourgeoisie flourished and engaged in associational formations and societies that developed and sustained business and industrial activities which Islamic law protected.
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