community

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  • Japan has a network of low-power community radio stations across the country.
  • They are working to create a network of low power community radio stations.
  • Some of these language communities are very small but their numbers are increasing.
  • The German-speaking community represented only a very small portion of the population.
  • Initial efforts may result in a team with only a few members from across the community.
  • One can say that the formation of communities happened because people lived in fear.
  • When his father-in-law died, he became the community's leader.
  • It is one of the largest and most popular master-planned communities in the country.
  • Most often, a college is a community college, not a university.
  • However, hunting continued to be a major source of food for the community.
  • The community's rapid growth led to the need for a larger school.
  • Currently, the community's death rate is twice that of its birth rate.
  • Evidence of the young community's growth was seen as its first churches appeared.
  • The African American community had to fight for quality education in the city.
  • In present-day Australia these groups are further divided into local communities.
  • The facility currently houses the community's library as well as a small museum.
  • However, today the group has a wide influence in the African American community.
  • Many of her works tell stories about her life in the African-American community.
  • Many church members were leaders in the African-American community in the capital.
  • Construction of the plant is opposed by most of the community's residents.
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Meaning of community

  • noun A group of people living in a particular local area
    the team is drawn from all parts of the community
  • noun Common ownership
    they shared a community of possessions
  • noun A group of nations having common interests
    they hoped to join the NATO community
  • noun Agreement as to goals
    the preachers and the bootleggers found they had a community of interests
  • noun (ecology) a group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the same region and interacting with each other