intercommunity

intercommunity

(ˌɪntəkəˈmjuːnɪtɪ)
n
the state or quality of being common to multiple groups
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Guarantee instrument issued under the law by a banking company or an insurance company in favor of the contracting authority Intercommunity Development Association Perieni-Pogana hammer, must meet the requirements of Article 86 of Government 925/2006.
5X3m oven, which had been previously discovered, was built during the excavation period from June 3 to July 8 this year at a restaurant near the site to test the hypothesis that the ancient oven had been used for large-scale cooking and intercommunity feasts.
The present dispute, involving nightly parades and a protest camp, has heightened intercommunity tensions.
Through their subsidiaries, Prime Healthcare Services and the non-profit Prime Healthcare Foundation have more than 30,000 employees and own and/or operate 29 acute-care hospitals: Alvarado Hospital Medical Center, Centinela Hospital Medical Center, Chino Valley Medical Center, Desert Valley Hospital, Encino Hospital Medical Center, Garden Grove Hospital Medical Center, Glendora Community Hospital, Huntington Beach Hospital, La Palma Intercommunity Hospital, Montclair Hospital Medical Center, Paradise Valley Hospital, San Dimas Community Hospital, Shasta Regional Medical Center, Sherman Oaks Hospital and West Anaheim Medical Center C in California; Monroe Hospital C in Indiana; Providence Medical Center and Saint John Hospital C in Kansas; Garden City Hospital C in Michigan; St.
Selected speakers will present the nine set sessions, which range from Devotion and Prostration to God to Renewal of Religious Discourse, Extremism and the Paths to Correction, Cultural Security Through an Islamic Perspective and Intercommunity Relations, Coexistence and Cohesion.
In countries afflicted by religious conflict, such as Nigeria, this means helping religious leaders to develop strong intercommunity relationships.
France calls on the Sudanese government to assure security in Darfur and to put an end to the spiral of intercommunity conflicts," the spokesman added.
He suggested intercommunity and interschool football matches.
The grams include funding for the Intercommunity Mercy Housing Bilingual Afterschool Program to provide educational and social support for children of low-income Latino agricultural workers living at Sterling Meadows Apartments in Bellingham, as well as the Whatcom Alliance for Health Advancement's End of Life Choices program to develop, pilot, print and distribute an advance care planning tool called "My Workbook," part of a comprehensive outreach and education strategy on how to do advance care planning.
In New York, for example, the Intercommunity Center for Justice and Peace, a consortium of 43 religious orders, is taking the message to grade schools.
Charlotte Davenport, regional president for Mercy Housing in the state of Washington, where Intercommunity Housing is committed to building or buying 50 to 150 new housing units each year.
According to summarizing observations from William Dodge, president of Strategic Partnerships Consulting, intercommunity models of cooperation and collaboration are driven by the need to find better solutions to problems.