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However, younger Indigenous groups are combining traditional languages with modern English to spur a new surge in linguistic diversity, with amalgamations such as Kriol being spoken by tens of thousands across Australia.
THE NATIVE AMERICANS CHANGING THE WORLDNICK FOURIEZOSMARCH 17, 2021OZY
In that time, their culture was completely integrated into British culture and then became these subcultures of ska and punk, which came later as an amalgamation of the two cultures.
UK SINGER CELESTE IS BRIDGING THE GAP IN SOUL FROM ACROSS THE PONDBRANDE VICTORIANMARCH 12, 2021ESSENCE.COM
Overall, the site appears like an amalgamation of some of the most odious factions of social media, centralized on one platform that’s attracted millions of users.
PARLER, THE “FREE SPEECH” SOCIAL NETWORK, EXPLAINEDREBECCA HEILWEILJANUARY 7, 2021VOX
Today, it exists as an amalgamation of a variety of functions, including application security, network security, and physical security.
THE EMAIL SECURITY MARKET IS LITTERED WITH FALSE CLAIMS. HOW TO FIX ITJAKEMETHNOVEMBER 27, 2020FORTUNE
Such amalgamation, they considered, need not be effected at one time, but should be accomplished gradually.
FIFTY YEARS OF RAILWAY LIFE IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELANDJOSEPH TATLOW
Or, if not, were they to exist by amalgamation with the European stocks, and thus contribute the elements of a new race?
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
This is reflected in the terms of amalgamation with the Great Western Company.
THE STORY OF THE CAMBRIANC. P. GASQUOINE
It proposes the amalgamation of civilization with barbarism.
THE RIGHT OF AMERICAN SLAVERYTRUE WORTHY HOIT
Thus amalgamation of races insures the conditions of primary social contacts most favorable for assimilation.
INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF SOCIOLOGYROBERT E. PARK

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