Society Definition

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1. “It’s only happened once before. It’s a confluence of circumstances that come together to cause this,” said John Rowden, citizen science director at the Audubon Society’s New York chapter. 0
2. “It’s very demoralising that this thing has happened when we thought we had arrived at a modern industrialised society,” says David Begg, general secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. 1
3. “Korean society has a responsibility to help them,” said Samuel Kang Seong-joon, an activist of the archdiocese’s Catholic Human Rights Committee. 1
4. “The Corps operations around the country include land and water resources vital to birds and wildlife,” said John Flicker, national president of the Audubon society. 1
5. 'Mr. Mendoza was not just a wild-card crazy man, ' said Mr. Fink. 'In a society without recourse for justice, people will do crazy things. ' 1
6. " Annuncoing the Award ", " Mr. Gao Lulin ", " Vice - Chairman of Internet society of China " 1
7. " Keynote Speech ", " Mr. Zhou Yonglin ", " Internet Security Committee of Internet society of China " 1
8. " The author believes that " avantgarde criticism" has abandoned the criticalness of literary criticism in its identification with the reality of consumer society. 1
9. " the famous Japanese singer coming " the spirit for the humanity in commercial society lose heartfelt solicitude. 1
10. " Welcoming Address ", " Ms. Hu Qiheng ", " Chairman of Internet society of China ( ISC ) " 1
11. "Any attempts to rock the situation with democratic slogans, to destabilise the state and split society will be stopped, " he said. 1
12. "Because we are a tribal society, we didn't do posters with pictures," says Na'if. 1
13. "Before six beats of the pulse hadintervened, " as he later wrote to the Royal society of London, Leeuwenhoek wasexamining his perishable sample through a tiny magnifying glass. 1
14. "Companies can't ignore security requirements, even in tough economic times," says Stephen Pickett, CIO at Penske Corp. and past president of the society for Information Management. 1
15. "Difficulty"and "costliness" in seeing a doctor are two major problems which are hindering the construction of harmonious society and affecting peoples health. 1
16. "Doctors are obviously an disadvantaged group in society, " says an orthopedist at a prestigious Beijing hospital who speaks on condition of anonymity. 1
17. "Following the Opium War, China gradually became a semi-colonial and semi-feudal society, and foreign powers stepped up their aggression against China," he added. 1
18. "For us, it's just fun," said avian devotee Fred Bird, a past president of the Washington Ornithological society who studies the little band of parakeets. 1
19. "Freedom and choice come hand in hand with responsibility and risk, " said Yunxiang Yan, author of the forthcoming book The Individualisation of Chinese society. 1
20. "History will record today's judgment as an important achievement on the path to a free and just and unified society," President Bush said in a statement released in Waco, Texas, the same day. 1
21. "I think it's a reflection in a bit of a sea change in Chinese society right now, " said . "...There's a lot of concern in China about the wealth gap." 1
22. "In a society that stresses patrilineal descent, to bear children, especially sons, is critical, and girls learn from an early age that this is their responsibility" (Seymour, 1999, p. 97). 1
23. "Loop" is one of those computer words that has gained currency in society. 1
24. "Market failures" refer to situations in which the normal market forces of supply and demand fail to deliver an optimal outcome for society as a whole. 1
25. "Meteor hammer" originated from the hunting tool "rope stone" in the Paleolithic Age of primitive society. 1
26. "One dimensional" is the theoretical latitude Herbert Marcuse use to animadvert on toady's developed industrial society. 1
27. "Over time, Tibetan polyandry has been outlawed, so it is difficult to measure the incidence of polyandry in what may have been the world's most "polyandrous" society. 1
28. "Quaker" is a popular name for a member of a Christian sect named the society of Friends and founded by George Fox in mid-17th century England. 1
29. "Recruiting Captain Hindi as a pilot ... is a major step in the employment of women and in their more active participation in Saudi society," Prince Alwaleed said in a statement. 1
30. "Second-Year Laws, Zhang Jia Shan Bamboo Slips of Han Dynasty" reflects the control of state power over the basic society, which is not recorded in most of handed-down documents. 1
 

Society

[səˈsīədē]

NOUN

societies (plural noun) · high society (noun) · high societies (plural noun)

  - the aggregate of people living together in a more or less ordered community.

  - an organization or club formed for a particular purpose or activity.

  - the situation of being in the company of other people.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

-Acy
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-Dom
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