- n. Plural form of community.
“A great case of the transformative effect of social media in communities is the New England Patriots football team.”
“All this disinvestment in American communities is done in the name of the free market and the supposed laws of economic growth.”
“My impression was that she used the term communities of practice interchangeably with the term networks.”
“Adding value and gaining value in our communities is an inherent aspect of being a woman.”
“They claim there's a concerted effort in key battleground states to suppress the votes of what they call communities of color -- Lou.”
“The unemployment rate in most of our communities is the highest in Canada.”
“It has an outreach program run by what it calls communities orphan committees.”
“If I was living in a village ... in an actual real time village rather than in a city where people group together in what they call communities and behave like terrified, narrow villagers ...”
“That's why you don't discern any differences in 'communities'.”
“Commerce between independent powers or communities is universally regulated by duties and imposts.”
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Key terms from Mitt Romney's election campaign
good and generous..., hard fought election, go back to work, optimistic and po..., confident in the ..., optimism, uniquely American, nation of immigrants, want a better life, life in that plac..., pursuit of the ri..., richness of this ... and 369 more...
Positive words and vague promises. THE words and expressions to use when you want to win over the masses or just don't know what to say.
"CAPITAL" stands for the administrative capital...
A play of words with the sound of "tees" in them... for use with T-Shirts,
Looking for tweets for communities.