Peony Peopled

People

Meanings and phrases

people

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n.
  1. (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively
  2. the body of citizens of a state or country; citizenry
  3. members of a family line
  4. the common people generally; multitude; masses; mass; hoi polloi; the great unwashed

people

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v.
  1. fill with people
  2. furnish with people

British people

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n.
  1. the people of Great Britain; British; Brits

Democratic People 's Republic of Korea

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n.
  1. a communist country in the northern half of the Korean Peninsula; established in 1948; North Korea; D.P.R.K.; DPRK

Dutch people

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n.
  1. the people of the Netherlands; Dutch

English people

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n.
  1. the people of England; English

French people

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n.
  1. the people of France; French

Irish people

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n.
  1. people of Ireland or of Irish extraction; Irish

Lao People 's Democratic Republic

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n.
  1. a mountainous landlocked communist state in southeastern Asia; achieved independence from France in 1949; Laos

Mongolian People 's Republic

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n.
  1. a landlocked socialist republic in central Asia; Mongolia; Outer Mongolia

New People 's Army

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n.
  1. a terrorist organization that is the militant wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines; a Maoist organization formed to overthrow the government; uses hit squads called Sparrow Units; opposes United States military presence in the Philippines; NPA

People against Gangsterism and Drugs

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n.
  1. a terrorist organization in South Africa formed in 1996 to fight drug lords; evolved into a vigilante group with anti-western views closely allied with Qibla; is believed to have ties to Islamic extremists in the Middle East; is suspected of conducting bouts of urban terrorism; PAGAD

People 's Liberation Army

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n.
  1. a radical terrorist group dedicated to the removal of British forces from Northern Ireland and the unification of Ireland; Irish National Liberation Army; INLA; People's Republican Army; Catholic Reaction Force

People 's Mujahidin of Iran

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n.
  1. a terrorist organization formed in the 1960s by children of Iranian merchants; sought to counter the Shah of Iran's pro-western policies of modernization and opposition to communism; following a philosophy that mixes Marxism and Islam it now attacks the Islamic fundamentalists who deposed the Shah; Mujahidin-e Khalq Organization; MKO; MEK

People 's Party

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n.
  1. a former political party in the United States; formed in 1891 to advocate currency expansion and state control of railroads; Populist Party

People 's Republic of Bangladesh

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n.
  1. a Muslim republic in southern Asia bordered by India to the north and west and east and the Bay of Bengal to the south; formerly part of India and then part of Pakistan; it achieved independence in 1971; Bangladesh; Bangla Desh; East Pakistan

People 's Republic of China

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n.
  1. a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world; China; mainland China; Communist China; Red China; PRC; Cathay

People 's Republican Army

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n.
  1. a radical terrorist group dedicated to the removal of British forces from Northern Ireland and the unification of Ireland; Irish National Liberation Army; INLA; People's Liberation Army; Catholic Reaction Force

Revolutionary People 's Liberation Front

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n.
  1. an extreme Marxist terrorist organization in Turkey that is opposed to NATO and the United States; attacks Turkish security and military officials; Revolutionary People's Liberation Party

Revolutionary People 's Liberation Party

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n.
  1. an extreme Marxist terrorist organization in Turkey that is opposed to NATO and the United States; attacks Turkish security and military officials; Revolutionary People's Liberation Front

Revolutionary People 's Struggle

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n.
  1. an extreme leftist terrorist group formed in Greece in 1971 to oppose the military junta that ruled Greece from 1967 to 1974; a revolutionary group opposed to capitalism and imperialism and the United States; ELA

Slavic people

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n.
  1. a race of people speaking a Slavonic language; Slavic race

Socialist People 's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

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n.
  1. a military dictatorship in northern Africa on the Mediterranean; consists almost entirely of desert; a major exporter of petroleum; Libya

Spanish people

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n.
  1. the people of Spain; Spanish

Swiss people

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n.
  1. the natives or inhabitants of Switzerland; Swiss

White people

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n.
  1. a light-skinned race; White race; Caucasoid race; Caucasian race

business people

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n.
  1. people who transact business (especially business executives); businesspeople
E.g.
  • At Burger, he taught effective writing to business people.
  • This episode shows three business people and their career and pursuit.
  • In 2016, Irving was listed as one of Canada's most powerful business people.

chosen people

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n.
  1. any people believing themselves to be chosen by God

common people

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n.
  1. people in general (often used in the plural); folk; folks
E.g.
  • As such, it was greatly appreciated by the common people.
  • It was very difficult for common people to buy grains too.
  • Padukas are also worn by common people.

country people

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n.
  1. people living in the same country; compatriots; countryfolk
  2. people raised in or living in a rural environment; rustics; countryfolk

flower people

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n.
  1. a youth subculture (mostly from the middle class) originating in San Francisco in the 1960s; advocated universal love and peace and communes and long hair and soft drugs; favored acid rock and progressive rock music; hippies; hipsters

free people

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n.
  1. people who are free; free

people in power

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n.
  1. the class of people exerting power or authority; ruling class

people of color

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n.
  1. a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks); color; colour; people of colour
E.g.
  • He is a descendant of Louisiana free people of color.
  • A third class of free people of color developed, especially in New Orleans.
  • Today, descendants of the free people of color are generally called Louisiana Creole people.

people of colour

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n.
  1. a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks); color; colour; people of color

poor people

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n.
  1. people without possessions or wealth (considered as a group); poor
E.g.
  • It provides medicines to the poor people.
  • Health insurance policies for poor people covering all diseases.
  • poor people are travel by plane.

rich people

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n.
  1. people who have possessions and wealth (considered as a group); rich

unemployed people

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n.
  1. people who are involuntarily out of work (considered as a group); unemployed

people per

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E.g.
  • CJD affects about one per million people per year.
  • It affects about 8 per 1,000,000 people per year.
  • It could seat a total of 1,671 people per show.

people per square

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E.g.
  • The population density was 3,572.2 people per square mile.
  • The population density is 366 people per square mile (141/km).
  • The population density was 4.5 people per square mile (1.7/km²).

young people

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E.g.
  • It involves young people selecting their partners.
  • Many young people gathered to have his blessings.
  • Hotels are popular meeting places for young people.

many people

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E.g.
  • This led many people to rethink their investments.
  • Not many people do, but I do,' [Rory] Cooke jokes.
  • His conversion also brought many people to Islam.

million people

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  • There are roughly 33 million people in North Asia.
  • The world didn't even notice it—6 million people!"
  • CJD affects about one per million people per year.

other people

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E.g.
  • Unfortunately many other people have the same idea.
  • He has gotten used to other people surrounding him.
  • for meaningfully interacting with other people."

people living

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E.g.
  • There are currently no people living in this area.
  • There are varieties of people living in Padampur.
  • There are approximately 1,100 people living here.

number of people

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E.g.
  • The settlement was conquered by a number of people.
  • The number of people born in Canada declined by 13%.
  • A number of people have to be rescued each year.

people were killed

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E.g.
  • About 150 Kelmendi people were killed or tortured.
  • Two people were killed and over 165 were injured.
  • Somewhere between 500 and 2,000 people were killed.

more people

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E.g.
  • Many more people have personal podcasts and vlogs.
  • Boylston inoculated seven more people by mid-July.
  • have brought more people to this remote location.

local people

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E.g.
  • Many local people commute outside the area to work.
  • The local people joined the movement in large numbers.
  • when a child offered local people sour candy.

most people

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E.g.
  • Before the war, most people worked in agriculture.
  • Of all the Hitokiris, Shinbei killed the most people.
  • When used by injection most people develop side effects.

indigenous people

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E.g.
  • Rates of dementia are higher for indigenous people.
  • Soon after, his forces overcame the indigenous people.
  • Kirat is the main religion of those indigenous people.

group of people

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E.g.
  • The third group of people are the least well-off.
  • Power passed into the hands of a new group of people.
  • The Bobo are an inherently decentralized group of people.

all people

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E.g.
  • Not all people can see the fairy other than Kahoko.
  • But all people of the village boycott the elections.
  • The school was open to all people of all races.

thousands of people

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  • Tens of thousands of people were evacuated as a result.
  • Once you arrest me, thousands of people will tear you apart."
  • With thousands of people thronging the streets of Sukrawarpet.

people died

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E.g.
  • In total, 149 people died (including 75 children).
  • Twenty people died of asphyxiation in the accident.
  • Many people died including many foreign tourists.

black people

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E.g.
  • In this case, instead of black people, it's prawns.
  • "I want to portray black people as they really are."
  • I do know some wonderful and thoughtful black people.

few people

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E.g.
  • So few people play these kinds of solos anymore."
  • Denmark sends few people to the Winter Paralympics.
  • Do you think you might upset a few people?...

thousand people

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E.g.
  • Each concert only garnered a few thousand people.
  • Over ten thousand people died en route to Urmia.
  • It has a daily attendance of 25 thousand people.

several people

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E.g.
  • They considered several people to replace Wallace.
  • Oyebanjo Oyebanjo is the name of several people:
  • Sider Sider is the surname of several people:

people attended

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E.g.
  • A few days later, many people attended his funeral.
  • Over 14,700 people attended, exceeding expectations.
  • About 200 Tribal people attended the conference.

people employed

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E.g.
  • Previously there were 100 people employed by the hall.
  • , there were a total of 239 people employed in the municipality.
  • , there were a total of 1,886 people employed in the municipality.
E.g.
  • It is also ideal for people with disabilities.
  • Her finding that over 90% people with disabilities i.e.
  • “It gives visibility to the context of people with disabilities.

people around

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E.g.
  • It employs over 3,000 people around the world.
  • She gets into bodies of people around him and roams around.
  • "Color Of Soul" showed the many faces of people around the world.

people were employed

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E.g.
  • About 15 people were employed in his milling operation.
  • 73,200 people were employed at banks in 2010.
  • 96 people were employed in the secondary sector in 23 businesses.

when people

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E.g.
  • when people walk all over the floor he just mopped).
  • I don’t argue when people say Nijam was a flop.
  • This occurred even when people were cued with source verbs (e.g.

people live

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  • The Midob people live in the Meidob hills area.
  • Almost 30% of mountain people live in towns or cities.
  • 6 or 8 people live in a dormitory in average.

ordinary people

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E.g.
  • The Eye of Ra could also be invoked to defend ordinary people.
  • Most of them were written for, and addressed to, ordinary people.
  • And later it was disbanded, all the Guihua soldiers became ordinary people.

lot of people

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E.g.
  • I think a lot of people will identify with it.
  • I think a lot of people are going to feel it."
  • A lot of people go through that sort of thing.

help people

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E.g.
  • She wants to help people and make everything right.
  • Buproprion is used to help people stop smoking.
  • There are also mobile apps that can help people identify colors.

how people

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E.g.
  • The first census to report how people were housed was in 1891.
  • "That’s how people learned about us".
  • Many of the results are from how people use and occupy territory.

white people

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E.g.
  • Most films have white people in speaking roles.
  • During this time, black and white people could not share.
  • On some nights, "there were more white people in there than blacks.

following people

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E.g.
  • The following people are on the board of trustees:
  • Lioi Lioi is the surname of the following people:
  • The following people have the given name Siavash:

people lived

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E.g.
  • It is estimated 3,083 people lived there as of 2017.
  • Various dignitaries and rich people lived in Tianjin.
  • By 1850, 20,000 German-born people lived in the city.

people involved

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E.g.
  • He appears not to care for any one of the people involved here.
  • The police in Turkey arrested around 20 people involved in the attack.
  • They found 50 people involved in the original film and chose to use 18.

notable people

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E.g.
  • This is a list of notable people with this name.
  • Other notable people with the surname include:
  • This listing is a selection of notable people so honored.

people were injured

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E.g.
  • More than 200 people were injured by the storm.
  • It was reported that many people were injured.
  • In addition to the deaths, several people were injured.

transgender people

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E.g.
  • Feminist views on transgender people differ.
  • Violence against transgender people is also known as trans bashing.
  • The NGO promotes safe sex and provides counselling to transgender people.

people

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E.g.
  • Protect people’s freedom to experiment, innovate, and progress.
  • This park will remember you your old generation people’s lifestyle.
  • Strong stereotypes are deeply embedded also in people’s buying preferences.

between people

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E.g.
  • Attachment style can affect the relationships between people.
  • Gutsche's work portrays the relation between people and their environments.
  • custom attributes and multiple kinds of relations between people) is relevant.

people of all

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E.g.
  • The school was open to all people of all races.
  • It's a safe environment for people of all ages.
  • • It can be practiced by people of all ages.

different people

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E.g.
  • But it can be so many things to different people.
  • He added: "We're just two totally different people."
  • Business English means different things to different people.

people s

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E.g.
  • Protect people’s freedom to experiment, innovate, and progress.
  • This park will remember you your old generation people’s lifestyle.
  • Strong stereotypes are deeply embedded also in people’s buying preferences.

all the people

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E.g.
  • The next morning all the people left for that place.
  • But all the people I photographed: I love their music."
  • The competition is to bring all the people of all the world.

groups of people

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E.g.
  • Two groups of people want to prevent exactly that.
  • It is increasingly popular by other groups of people.
  • Special groups of people, known as the tax collectors, were formed.

influential people

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E.g.
  • He is often ranked among the most influential people in history.
  • Many American Presidents and influential people were Homestead guests.
  • In 2016, "Time" named him one of the world’s 100 most influential people.

people are employed

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E.g.
  • Around 1,500 people are employed across the group.
  • Many people are employed in Pakistan Rangers Force.
  • 8,379 people are employed by Progressive in the region.

disabled people

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E.g.
  • It reduces disabled people to their disability.
  • A ramp for access by disabled people is fitted.
  • Aerobility are a British charity that trains disabled people to become pilots.

hundred people

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E.g.
  • By May of 1891, a hundred people were in the camp.
  • The family-owned company employs two hundred people.
  • The hall seats one thousand two hundred people.

among the people

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E.g.
  • Social respect can be seen among the people.
  • At the end rice with meat is distributed among the people.
  • However, not all of the supplies were distributed fairly among the people.

people during

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E.g.
  • The project employed about 6,000 people during construction.
  • It has accommodated more than 3000 people during its operation.
  • It was created by the Hui people during the Tang dynasty of China.

homeless people

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E.g.
  • The homeless people fled to the protection of the British at Fort Niagara.
  • The men then walk way in the woods while shots of homeless people are interspersed.
  • Due to the vast influx of homeless people, the creation of Hoovervilles took place.

people working

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E.g.
  • At one point he had eight people working under him.
  • Example would be multiple people working on one document.
  • This village is predominantly occupied by people working in Gulf Countries.

hundreds of people

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E.g.
  • Daily hundreds of people comes to visit the mosque.
  • Still hundreds of people died of the famine.
  • So far hundreds of people have embraced Islam through him.

people from all

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E.g.
  • The event attracts thousands of people from all over the world.
  • You see people from all backgrounds.
  • And many people from all Nepal to come in dashion to see Durga Puja.

among people

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E.g.
  • CAM use is common among people with cancer.
  • That untoward act of sportsmanship created a bad taste among people."
  • There are a few followers of the Hanafi rite among people of Turkish descent.

people whose

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E.g.
  • Simply put, first-generation Eurasians are people whose parents are not Eurasians.
  • Tagantsev and other people whose addresses were found in the notebook were arrested.
  • Epistolary novels can be categorized based on the number of people whose letters are included.

first people

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E.g.
  • Coyote turned "his first people" into animals.
  • Yet Canada's first people did not build towns or cities upon arrival.
  • Aristotle was one of the first people to record any geological observations.

people including

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E.g.
  • He assembled a party of 62 people including 47 guides.
  • Several people including the bartender and some bikers were killed.
  • The team is made up of 150 people including Police, Fire, EMS and Civilians.

millions of people

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E.g.
  • The game is played by millions of people worldwide.
  • Each year, Helen Keller's programs benefit millions of people.
  • Arrhythmia affects millions of people.

population of people

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E.g.
  • According to the , it has a population of people.

older people

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E.g.
  • It is more common in older people and females.
  • In older people it does appear to decrease depression.

people came

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E.g.
  • The Minangkabau people came from Western Sumatra.
  • Some 1,200 people came to Canterbury for the occasion.
  • Many people came and went since Cartagena was a port city.

people across

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E.g.
  • They also transported people across Lake Nyassa by canoe.
  • It had served over 5,700 people across Wales and Ireland.
  • As a result, six people across three states were infected.

people began

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E.g.
  • More people began arriving in the mid-19th century.
  • Thus, people began to call him "Ears" (耳).
  • Many people began to call Madero "the Apostle of Democracy".

people on board

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E.g.
  • All twelve people on board were killed in the crash.
  • All 19 people on board perished in the accident.

people through

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E.g.
  • Tajik shopkeepers saved around 50 people through an alternate exit.
  • More than $100 million had been paid to over 60 people through this program.
  • The club formed in 2017 as FC Taicheng Academy, in order to educate young people through sport.

list of people

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E.g.
  • A separate list of people from Oregon is available.
  • List of Donegal people This is a list of people from County Donegal.
  • List of people granted asylum This is a list of people granted asylum.

people use

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E.g.
  • Lot of people use Rajbiraj as border to go to Janakpur.
  • Today the local people use the space for family picnics.
  • Medical use is a common reason why people use marijuana.

famous people

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E.g.
  • A list of famous people (Puerto Rican, or International).
  • Many famous people were born, lived and studied in Horodnia.
  • There are many creative and famous people with schizophrenia.

people such

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E.g.
  • But people such as you and Mr. Wiesenburg are the ones who really carry the banner."
  • Those he corresponded with included people such as Guido Devescovi and Scipio Slataper.
  • During those times people such as Sam Foswell and Clark Kent have looked after the paper.

people without

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E.g.
  • Nothing about the people without the people—That is Democracy!
  • He was a true servant of the people without any political bias.
  • As he claimed a "people without a language of its own is only half a nation."

people who live

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E.g.
  • The Bobo lineage comprises the people who live in a common house.
  • Prominent people who live or have lived in Saint Mary parish include:
  • Most people who live in Maspeth are of Polish, Italian, or Irish descent.

what people

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E.g.
  • And it gives us a beeline to what people really like".
  • I don't think it'll be what people expect."
  • I want to sing about what people are really going through…".

people speak

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E.g.
  • Three young people speak in front of a building.
  • The people speak Malayalam, Tulu, Beary bashe and Konkani.

people killed

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E.g.
  • Many of the people killed were buried in mass graves.
  • 2 US strikes leave 6 people killed in southern Somalia.
  • By the end of May, over 105 people killed.

people think

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E.g.
  • Most people think that whatever God wills, will happen.
  • That did make some people squirm; make some people think.
  • "The people think I'm — ah — what you say?

own people

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E.g.
  • Beowulf returns home and eventually becomes king of his own people.
  • A "Press" article stated that to their own people they were considered dead.
  • They were then suffered to depart, and tell their own people what they had seen.

people who lived

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E.g.
  • Gaudí wanted the people who lived in the flats to all know each other.
  • Several people who lived nearby mistook the explosion as an earthquake.
  • Kinman was involved with the Wiyot people who lived on Table Bluff, near his farm.

people believe

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E.g.
  • Many people believe Vanraaj to be an evil spirit.
  • It does matter that people believe they are.
  • Many people believe that Adam was first positioned here at Lahoot La Makan.

people within

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E.g.
  • The newspaper began to run profiles of people within the community frequently.
  • He is said to be one of the most strongly religious people within the western world.
  • Wright was one of the few people within the UVF who knew about King's Catholic origins.

people did

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E.g.
  • A lot of people didn't even know we had a third album."
  • Before Bowie came along, people didn't want too much change".
  • Yet Canada's first people did not build towns or cities upon arrival.

people were arrested

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E.g.
  • Three people were arrested for public order offences.
  • Three people were arrested over the violence.
  • Roughly 60 people were arrested due to this.

gay people

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E.g.
  • Does saying faggot mean you hate gay people?
  • Ginsberg was an early proponent of freedom for gay people.
  • I don't think I hate gay people.

people still

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E.g.
  • About 70 of 400 Naukan people still speak Naukanski.
  • He's got athletic ability that people still haven't seen."
  • Many people still burn incense at temples dedicated to him.

most influential people

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E.g.
  • He is often ranked among the most influential people in history.
  • In 2016, "Time" named him one of the world’s 100 most influential people.
  • In 2012, Cashmore made Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people.

make people

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E.g.
  • I don't want to do anything to make people dislike me.
  • I would retouch the pictures to make people look younger."
  • My only task is to make people happy.""

people aged

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E.g.
  • RA occurs mostly in people aged 20 and above.
  • He works as a residential carer for young people aged 16+.
  • Eighteen people aged 4 to 69 were injected with plutonium.

native people

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E.g.
  • The Limba are native people of Sierra Leone.
  • The native people of the interior are Alaskan Athabaskans.
  • And it has less population of native people called "kumal".

real people

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The subject of individual income tax is the real people.
  • Several Church Fathers speak of the Amazons as of a real people.
  • "Out of the Blue deals with recent events involving real people.

elderly people

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He also ate lunch every day at a home for elderly people.
  • The workhouse contained 15 elderly people and 17 children.
  • It is a fairly common condition, and often affects elderly people.

people gathered

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Some 400 people gathered in the cathedral square.
  • Many young people gathered to have his blessings.
  • According to Simon, "Hundreds of people gathered.

numbers of people

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Daily more than 1000 numbers of people visiting this place.
  • Escalators have the capacity to move large numbers of people.
  • Spamigation Spamigation is mass litigation conducted to intimidate large numbers of people.

people used

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In the early stages people used to build dingies.
  • He was what French people used to call “un lettré”.

innocent people

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • We are against hurting innocent people.
  • To do this, he risks killing himself and hundreds of innocent people.
  • Once inside, he tells Cole that killing innocent people will not save the Indians.
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