Thesaurus / commune
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After graduation Magness moved into a running commune of sorts with a few friends in Los Angeles.

Ascend the tribune; tell the departments the truth, which the enemies of the Commune conceal from them.

The men of the Commune shall be free to grind their corn, and bake their bread wherever they please.

The funds for these purposes are provided by the department, the commune and the central authority.

The commune is, as it were, a political chrysalis out of which a full-blown tyrant bursts.

A Short History of ItalyHenry Dwight Sedgwick

He was glad to fill his lungs with the fresh, crisp, salt air, and to commune in safety at length with the faithful Simpson.

A Fascinating TraitorRichard Henry Savage

He was with the German army from the beginning of the campaign, and he afterwards witnessed the rise and fall of the Commune.

Despite the restrictions which are placed upon it, the commune remains the true focus of local life in France.

The Governments of EuropeFrederic Austin Ogg

We commune with each other without the intervention of wires.

The Ghost of Guir HouseCharles Willing Beale

To prevent near marriages (previously universal), the commune is split into two exogamous intermarrying phratries.

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