община ; общество; общежитие; группа лиц, объединенных какими-л. признаками; местность ; округа ; населенный пункт; микрорайон ; жители микрорайона; сообщество; объединение; общность
- "Yes, definitely, it would kill the community if the school was away.
- Land is a common resource, not just a private affair, and effective community land policies are required.
- However, in the case of parish, town and community councils, the power to exclude the Press and the public applies to council meetings and committee meetings only, and may occur where the council formally resolve to exclude the public on the grounds that publicity would be prejudicial to the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business to be transacted, or for another special reason stated in the resolution and arising from the nature of the business or the proceedings.
- Their bread and butter is reporting local events and local people and in a small community they aren't out to offend readers or cause major upset through distortion or misrepresentation.
- Cash limits for hospital and community health services were introduced by a Labour government.
- What an extraordinary suggestion, to put forward a girl - a charity child who was not a Sister, a novice, a postulant, nor anyone with the remotest intention of becoming a nun - and raise her up above the many Sisters in the Community who were all hoping and praying for a chance of higher education what would they feel if a girl who had already been pampered, it seemed, by the convent in Knockglen, were put in to study, over their heads?
- working for a community organization.
- The WRVS was founded during the Second World War and has around 150,000 volunteers (13% of whom are men) providing a variety of services in the community.
- In all contracts, there is an incentive to shift the costs on to other services outside that contract, for instance, from hospital care to community care.
- In Ireland and the south of the Community, where farms tend to be small, governments generally back Mr MacSharry.
- Afternoon: Law and Order; Education; Local Government and Community Charge.
- One suburban Anglican church in Surrey, England discovered on doing this exercise that they had to gain on average thirty-four new members each year just to stay where they were in terms of membership, such was the high level of mobility in their community.
- They are essentially directed to promoting the individual persona and private autonomy of the individual rather than citizenship in the sense of the relationship between the individual and the state or the community.