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  • adv. affecting, by, or on behalf of, a community or group of people

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. by a group of people rather than an individual


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  • He thinks Nielsen didn't take into account large numbers of people watching "M-A-S-H" communally, which is often the case for football games, too. Breaking News : News

  • We are talking to a number of people in different segments but the kind of communally is we are talking to people who understand DayStar's value proposition and that is having access to low cost high efficiency CIGS panels in the short term, right on the very near future. The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator

  • But there is a deep current of violence in our world today that is affecting us destructively . . . individually, communally, nationally, and globally.

    Judith Barr: Gaddafi is Dead - A Culture of Needless Violence

  • Escalating tribal warfare generated a nightmarish cycle of violence in which those not slain outright or spared for adoption were ritually tortured to death and communally cannibalized—the flesh consumed for reasons that baffle anthropologists the best guess is that it was a means of absorbing an enemy's courage.

    The Beaver Wars

  • For generations, much of the land has been owned communally in what is called ejido land.

    Zirahuen, Michoacan: Mexico's Walden Pond

  • It is hard to decide who the real loser is in this communally erected corporate boredom, although it is hard to disagree with Owen's conclusion that "the people who suffer are fans".

    How Twitter is bringing footballers back to the fans

  • The vision springs from a 40-year-old experiment in Uruguay, where 25,000 members of housing cooperatives manage their housing and land communally.

    Beverly Bell: Home: From Displacement Camps to Community in Haiti

  • Why can't the myriad designers and style gurus who obviously meet once a year at a secret location like Reykjavik and have a Style Summit to communally decide what is in and out -- "Ok Donna, this year you are Chairman and after Stella was last year and we went oh so minimal; we like your ideas for Baroque influences and encrusted embroidery and umpire waists and cod pieces..."

    Jamie Lee Curtis: Say My Name

  • Another goes to his keyboard and types out a few sentences that capture it, which go out to the group; perhaps they are shared on a communally visible scratch pad.

    World Wide Mind

  • From week to week, I saw many students sampling the various options, less concerned with ideological labels than with finding a comfort level that spoke to them spiritually, intellectually and communally.

    Rabbi Jason Miller: Moving Beyond Denominational Differences in Judaism


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