collectivised


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Adj.1.collectivised - characterized by the principle of ownership by the state or the people of the means of production
collective - forming a whole or aggregate
2.collectivised - subscribing to the socialistic doctrine of ownership by the people collectively
socialist, socialistic - advocating or following the socialist principles; "socialistic government"
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Taxes and the banking system have been abolished, land and business deserted by supporters of the Syrian regime have been collectivised and used for the benefit of all.
Rather, they stem from individual perceptions and idiosyncratic senses in the world, and though divergent, these acts signify cultural practices and perceptions that are collectivised.
Many Germans, especially conservatives who support Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU), are firmly opposed to any sort of collectivised debt in Europe and especially the creation of euro zone bonds.
One corner of the Kempton bar appears to be hosting a Politburo office outing - a group of red-nosed men in lustrous black fur hats are debating the future of collectivised farming and the chances of Richard Hannon's runner in the 4.
But Ujamaa, which involved a mass movement of peasants into collectivised villages, did not work.
Agriculture was collectivised in North Korea half a century ago.
The protagonists of this approach believe that whilst memory can be collectivised by public structures, this ought to be done and ultimately can only be deemed successful, if it fulfils the certain procedural, often moral, requirements; one could say the means justifies the end.
The researchers said that the potential causes for loneliness include a widespread move since the late1970s from highly collectivised communities, where several generations lived under one roof in close proximity to their neighbours, to communities dominated by the nuclear family, many living in impersonal city apartment blocks.
However, a much more sustainable future is to be found by providers and collectivised workforces negotiating the development of this sector.
Every shop and every cafe had an inscription saying it had been collectivised; even the bootblacks had been collectivised and their boxes painted red and black.