multiethnic


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mul·ti·eth·nic

 (mŭl′tē-ĕth′nĭk, -tī-)
adj.
Of, relating to, or including several ethnic groups.

multiethnic

(ˌmʌltɪˈɛθnɪk)
adj
(Sociology) consisting of, relating to, or designed for various different races
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Adj.1.multiethnic - involving several ethnic groups
social - living together or enjoying life in communities or organized groups; "a human being is a social animal"; "mature social behavior"
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The agreements reached between the parties in conflict, internationally mediated to end the war--especially in Bosnia, Kosovo and the 2001 interethnic conflict in Macedonia--created the so-called multiethnic states that every day more and more are seeing as projects failed and unworkable in practice because they were based on agreements of political compromises.
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Once again, I repeat that Macedonia is built according to the formula of former Yugoslavia where we had good relations between the multiethnic political elites but this is not that present any longer.
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Five years after Macedonia earned its EU candidate status, as it was a country that achieved to create a multiethnic society when threatened by a civil war, something seems wrong with the multiethnic image, says Vasko Pop Petreski for Dnevnik.
A resident of multiethnic communities for most of his life and now an employee with a major multiethnic corporation Firman Brown has spent twenty years pursuing multidisciplinary studies in history geography sociology and economics to better understand multiethnic human behaviour.
OSCE High Commissioner Vollebaek assessed the model of multiethnic coexistence developed in the Republic of Macedonia as positive and he expressed interest for the progress of the multiethnic dialogue and the process for building trust in all social strata, emphasizing the role of education in strengthening social cohesion.
Black-and-white photographs of the women at work in the kitchen as well as the flavorful dishes that remind them of home and tradition illustrate this wonderful multiethnic cookbook.