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- n. Plural form of people. (already a plural form) - a race, group or nationality.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of people.
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- n. the human beings of a particular nation or community or ethnic group
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Bush and his generals substituting their judgment for the American peoples 'in Iraq yahooBuzzArticleHeadline =' Bush and his generals substituting their judgment for the American peoples\ 'in Iraq'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Generals will always find a \'way forward\' on the battlefield, but it should be the determination of our civilian leadership - which carries their mandate directly from the American people - just who our forces will be tasked with laying down their lives to defend or fight against; not the military. '
Marquez should have been fighting in Vegas on a pay per view card but he had to take it to Juan's home town and beat him up on a boxing after dark telecast what a true champ he is what we call the peoples champ.
This world consists of two great and vastly different empires: to the north lies Tierra, to the south Uraba, and linking the two peoples is the melting pot of a city, Ishalem.
Word has begun to spread of these invading peoples from the distant east known as Huns, led by a man known as Attila.
Ninety percent of Americans are employed and more than 9o percent of homeowners pay their mortgages, Hart noted, but the real issue is the space it takes in peoples 'fear and uncertainty.
The GOP is going use the words socialism and nationalism to the point that they are conflated in peoples mind.
"The ability to disagree on issues of importance to our respective countries and peoples is not an obstacle to achieving our shared objectives," Clinton said.
The way to achieve an historic peace agreement between our two peoples is to sit around the negotiating table, seriously and continuously, and not to leave it, because that is the place to resolve our disagreements, '' he said in a statement.
This belief system must address the modern role of government in peoples 'lives.
But it's no joke -- the millions of holes in peoples 'financial lives the foreclosure disaster represents seem not to be on the mind of the president at all these days.
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