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Discommunity Dis`com*mu"ni*ty, n.
A lack of common possessions, properties, or relationship.
Community of embryonic structure reveals community of
descent; but dissimilarity of embryonic development
does not prove discommunity of descent. --Darwin.
Intercommunity In`ter*com*mu"ni*ty, n.
Intercommunication; community of possessions, religion, etc.
In consequence of that intercommunity of paganism . . .
one nation adopted the gods of another. --Bp.
Meaning of Community from wikipedia
- A community
is a social
unit (a group
things) with commonality
such as place, norms, religion, values, customs, or identity. Communities
- In Spain, an autonomous community
autónoma) is a first-level political
- The Wikipedia community
is the volunteer community
the online encyclopedia
may be known
as Wikipedians, a...
- A planned community
city, or planned
town is any community
that was carefully planned
from its inception
and is typically constructed
- Autonomous Community
(Basque: Euskal Autonomia
Erki****a, EAE; Spanish: Comunidad
Autónoma del País Vasco, CAPV), is an autonomous community
- free knowledge" by 2030. Internet entrepreneur Jimmy Wales
and online community
organizer/philosophy professor Larry Sanger founded Wikipedia
- Community property
(United States) also called community
(South Africa) is a marital property regime
- The LGBT community
as the LGBTQ+ community
, GLBT community
, or the **** community
) is a loosely defined grouping
of ****, ****, bi****ual...
- The United Nations defines community development
as "a process where community members
to take collective action
- pervasive virtual communities
are online communities operating under social networking
services. Howard Rheingold discussed virtual communities
in his book...
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