Definitions

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  • adverb In a civic manner

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Examples

  • The findings showed that 18 percent of respondents volunteered for more than five hours per week and that 6.3 percent held paid positions that were classified as civically engaged.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • I have noticed a lot of times if you talk about that kind of civically rooted personal accountability, someone will tell you you're only trying to be PC and to get real.

    Henry Rollins: Teeing Off: Corporate Responsibility

  • In fact, religious Americans are up to twice as active civically as secular Americans.

    American Grace

  • In round numbers, people with many religiously based social connections are two or three times more likely to be civically engaged and generous, even to purely secular causes, than people with few such ties, regardless of how devout and observant they themselves are.

    American Grace

  • Most studies have found that tolerance is higher among better educated people, younger generations, civically involved people, liberals, and less religious people, though obviously there are exceptions.

    American Grace

  • Yet, even as we have become more civically and politically vested in the country's future through voting and running for office, our communities are simultaneously and constantly cast as foreigners within the broader political discourse in America.

    Deepa Iyer: Macacas and Turban Toppers: Xenophobic Rhetoric and the 2010 Elections

  • Candidate Obama inspired young professionals to become civically engaged and active participants in our democracy -- and this inspiration created 008, Manifest Hope, Generation Obama (now Gen 44) and the famed Hope Poster -- an iconic image that now reminds the world over of what is possible.

    Bim Ayandele: Do It for the Kids

  • Candidate Obama inspired young professionals to become civically engaged and active participants in our democracy -- and this inspiration created 008, Manifest Hope, Generation Obama (now Gen 44) and the famed Hope Poster -- an iconic image that now reminds the world over of what is possible.

    Bim Ayandele: Do It for the Kids

  • Republicans tend to do better among voters who are more civically involved.

    'Terrifying Numbers for Democrats'

  • What are the odds that they are going to be any more civically competent or even interested than they were in Mexico, a xenophobic kleptocracy?

    Borjas: What's His Problem?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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