closed community


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closed community

n
(Environmental Science) ecology a plant community that does not allow for further colonization, all the available niches being occupied
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Probably its regular visitants, like the initiates of freemasonry, wished that there were something a little more tremendous to keep to themselves concerning it; but they were not a closed community, and many decent seniors as well as juniors occasionally turned into the billiard-room to see what was going on.
It offers an intriguing view of a closed community, but most pleasure comes from the acting, with Hadas Yaron, in the leading role, scooping the Best Actress gong at last year's Venice Film Festival.
Italy's national anti-Mafia prosecutor Piero Grasso said: "It is a closed community.
Georgia regulators have closed Community Bank of West Georgia and named Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as the receiver.
This week, he relives some of his Stateside journeys as he catches up with a Hollywood plastic surgeon and his wife who he first met 30 years ago, explores the wealthy closed community of Palm Beach and looks at footage of the country's first so-called serial killer.
HEALTH chiefs from Coventry admitted they got a "wake-up call" from patients after they closed community blood clinics.
The humor is mild, but its test-of-faith presence is used to put a face on a fairly closed community.
To add another layer of safety, administrators there have created a closed community for its freshmen and their parents.
My experience of the closed community was that once you're inside, you can navigate, and the "closed" community becomes a "close" community in a very beneficial way.
Ma, a matchstick-thin, middle-aged man, said that he didn't see it getting any better; like most of the businesspeople in this closed community he did not speak English, and would not disclose his full name.
Spires's closed community is intended to keep out "undesirables" who might infect the population.
We describe the investigation and control of a community-acquired outbreak of MRSA skin infections in a closed community of institutionalized adults with developmental disabilities.