intentional community


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intentional community

n.
A small, localized community of persons or families pursuing common interests or values, and usually sharing responsibilities.
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"If the Iranians want to come of the dark and be accepted as a responsible member of the intentional community they need to adhere to rules-based system of the international community," Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab told Sky News.
Project 58 has established an "intentional community" in a low-income neighborhood.
Have you ever experienced an intentional community that works?
It's time that we should not blame everything to others,' he maintained.He continued: 'We are in talks with the intentional community and we will send 22 million out of schools children back to school like previously with the help of British politician Gordon Brown global envoy on education, Pakistan sleeked 50 million dollars grant not only for Punjab but for all Pakistan.
But this crime did not occur in a typical early twentieth-century American town; it occurred in Allensworth, an African American intentional community located in the Central Valley of California.
"We'll discuss the possible ways to resolve the Rohingya crisis and intensify the efforts of the intentional community and the OIC member countries," as quoted by The Daily Star.
Mr Ali Raza Syed also expressed solidarity with journalists in the regions of the glob and asked the intentional Community to insure safety and security of the media persons in the world.
We designed the overall community to promote active neighboring to foster relationships that reflect what many of us became familiar with during our years of service an intentional community of support, Bastion founder and executive director Dylan Tte said in a statement.
Williamson will address "the intentional community that was planned, the controversy that followed, and the reality today." Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
Sharman also teaches church history and Anglican studies at Newman Theological College in Edmonton, and serves as director of Ascension House, a small-scale intentional community for young people in Edmonton.
This month's In Person ("Community practice," pages 45-46) features Karen Gargamelli, a lawyer who left a successful nonprofit practice to found an intentional community for lay Catholics.
Those requirements are in a backgrounder sent to new prospects that outlines our philosophy for our intentional community and explains how it differs from just renting a room.
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