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  • r  by a group of people rather than an individual
    the mills were owned communally
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  • Eleventh 9/11 anniversary inspires unity, remembrance and reflection
    The reality of the day remains strong and painful in our memories.  No matter how many anniversaries pass, we are individually subject to the momentous return of terror and disbelief that we each experienced that day each Sept. 11.  While this moment is personal, we must also take the time out of our busy lives on the Hill to communally reflect, remember and think to the future
    Sept. 12, 2013 - The Spectator

  • Rajnath Singh in Zee News
    The BJP believes that every section of the society must be developed. Any attempt to communally colour development is condemnable,Singh said at the Council, meeting for the first time after the NDA gave its stamp of approval for Advani's...
  • Mahesh Bhatt in Sify
    Bhatt, who scripted the film, told IANS: "This is a cunning way of telling me not to touch communally sensitive subjects like 'Dhokha'. This is what alarms me. This is censorship beyond the official censorship. If the terror network succeeds in...
  • Frank Bainimarama in AFP
    To hold elections under a communally divisive system, for the sake of satisfying some deadlines imposed by outsiders, will not solve the deep seated problems,Bainimarama told the political leaders. "We cannot be hurried in this endeavour...

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