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 (hŭt′ə-rīt′, ho͝ot′-)
A member of an Anabaptist sect originating in Moravia and now living communally in parts of Canada and the northwest United States.

[After Jakob Hutter (died 1536), Moravian Anabaptist leader.]
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(Christian Churches, other) a member of an Anabaptist Christian sect founded in Moravia, branches of which established farming communities in western Canada and the northwest US
[C19: after Jacob Hutter (died 1536), Moravian Anabaptist]
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(ˈhʌt əˌraɪt, ˈhʊt-)

a member of an Anabaptist sect founded in Moravia that practices community of goods.
[1635–45; after Jacob Hutter (d. 1536), leader of the sect; see -ite1]
Hut•ter•i•an (həˈtɪər i ən, hʊ-) adj., n.
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Five Board members were reelected including: JJ Danz, Danz Farms, Mesa; Joe Gross, Marlin Hutterian Brethren, Marlin; Michele Kiesz, Patty Kagele Farms, Ritzville; John Preston, Linderest Ranch, Warden; and Bill Wagoner, National Frozen Foods Corporation, Quincy.
of Hutterian Brethren v Hofer (Lakeside), a Supreme Court ruling that
Our response to the Court of Appeal's handling of this issue draws on the majority reasons for judgment of Chief Justice McLachlin in Alberta v Hutterian Brethren of Wilson Colony, to which, surprisingly, the Court of Appeal made no reference in this part of its reasons.
For example, another Alberta case that made its way to the Supreme Court of Canada involved the Hutterian Brethren of Wilson Colony who challenged a provincial regulation that required them to have photo identification on their driver's licenses.
(155) McLachlin CJ reached the opposite conclusion in Alberta v Hutterian Brethren of Wilson County ('Hutterian Brethren') on the basis that a combination of logic and the evidence adduced by the appellant suggested that the beneficial effects of a universal photograph requirement for obtaining a drivers' licence outweighed the limited financial burden "on the respondents' freedom of religion.
Although both the death certificates listed the flu as the cause of death, the official Chronicle of the Hutterian Brethren lists "cruel mistreatment by the United States military" as the cause.
In "Hutterite Diaries: Wisdom from My Prairie Community", Linda Maendel (a Hutterite author, blogger, and teacher who lives in Elm River Colony outside of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) offers a rare glimpse into the daily routines and communal faith of her people, the Hutterian Brethren. From stories of working together to bring in the fall potato harvest to laugh-out-loud tales of sisterly love laced with revenge, Maendel invites readers into her Bruderhof, or colony, nestled on the prairie of western Canada.
(67) The mechanics and interpretation of s 1 follow Oakes and subsequent jurisprudence: Oakes, supra note 17; see also R v Laba, [1994] 3 SCR 965 at 1006-11 [Laba], Dagenais v Canadian Broadcasting Corp, [1994] 3 SCR 835 at 888-89, and Hutterian Brethren, supra note 60.
However, more than one constitutionalist must have been surprised to see the result of that test in the SCC's 2009 Hutterian Brethren v.
In addressing the justified limits on freedom of religion in order to promote equality, it must be remembered that there is more latitude in limiting freedom of religion outside a penal context, where instead what is involved is access to benefits or privileges: Alberta v Hutterian Brethren of Wilson County (12).
The Council of Elders of the Hutterian Brethren Church discouraged the land purchase because the land in question was made up of a number of isolated parcels.