ramet


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ra·met

 (rā′mĭt)
n.
A physiologically distinct organism that is part of a group of genetically identical individuals derived from one progenitor, as a tree in a group of trees that have all sprouted from a single parent plant.

[Latin rāmus, branch; see ramus + -et.]

ramet

(ˈræmɪt)
n
any of the individuals in a group of clones

ra•met

(ˈreɪ mɪt)

n.
an individual of a clone.
[1925–30; < Latin rām(us) branch + -et]
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Ramet discuss this topic through historical and political lenses and contend that this process can have serious repercussions, both in the Western Balkans and internationally.
This work has instead explored the Americanization of individual Eastern Bloc nations (Antoszek and Delaney 2006; Kovacs 2007; Siefert 2006), the growing importance of US popular culture in Central and Eastern Europe (Nitzsche and Grunzweig 2013; Ramet and Crnkovic 2003), US media representations of postsocialist nations and their residents (Borcila 2014), as well as the reception of American studies methodologies in individual postsocialist countries (Antoszek 2009; Bollobas 2002; Luca 2013; Mihaila 2003).
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At the same time, religious organizations in the communist world have served as 'vehicles' for the preservation, defense, and reinforcement of national sentiment (Ramet 1989, 411).
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