Societies

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secret societies

Before the uprising, anti-Qing secret societies were active in Wuhan.

It is thus difficult to clearly differentiate between the secret societies.

They are also used for study and meetings of student groups and secret societies.

learned societies

Christy was also involved in numerous learned societies.

However, Fountaine's membership of learned societies was pioneering.

The botanist Marian Farquharson had petitioned learned societies to admit women.

scientific societies

The scientific societies of Britain had historically excluded women.

Other honours included honorary membership in four scientific societies, an honorary D.Sc.

He belonged to 30 scientific societies (academies, geographical and natural societies), receiving ten decorations.

clubs and societies

The school has a number of functional clubs and societies.

By 1948, "well over a hundred local clubs and societies" had been formed.

Model engineers often join together to form model engineering clubs and societies.

human societies

The answer to ""is free speech normally good for human societies?""

These parallels with human societies have long been an inspiration and subject of study.

He thus provides a metaphor for the competitive struggle for existence that goes on among human societies.

professional societies

Gaudel is still active in professional societies.

Many professional societies have formed Nanotechnology technical groups.

Doctors in professional societies are not in agreement about treatment guidelines.

other societies   (他の社会)

Civilizations have distinctly different settlement patterns from other societies.

Prominent Philomatheans have included: Several other societies share the Philomathean name.

Thus references to a patriarchal Biblical culture may or may not be relevant to other societies.

societies such

In Calabar, nsibidi is mostly associated with men's leopard societies such as Ekpe.

The ULUPUDS belongs to several international societies such as the ICSID and ICOGRADA.

The more complex societies such as Egypt, Syria and Turkey gradually replaced Islamic faith by nationalism.

literary societies

It is one of Erskine's four literary societies today.

There are other cultural, literary societies and interest groups.

He became noted as a writer, and was a member of several literary societies.

building societies

In Australia, building societies evolved along British lines.

Over the years, a number of building societies were established.

All building societies in the UK are members of the Building Societies Association.

many societies

He is the grand patron or patron of many societies.

In many societies, beer is the most popular alcoholic drink.

Alfred lectured to many societies.

historical societies

He was a member of several educational and historical societies.

It is recognised as one of the leading historical societies on the island of Ireland.

Hundreds of his works are housed in art museums, historical societies, and private collections throughout the United States.

honor societies

He also helped secure chapters of all major engineering honor societies.

McGeoghan graduated with High Honors in multiple honor societies and received his B.S.

Numerous honor societies and scholastic fraternities have members based on major or course of study.

modern societies

In modern societies, there are procedures to which investigations and trials must adhere.

Not at all; rather, it deprives modern societies of most of the capacity of sacrificial violence to establish temporary order.

However, in modern societies with a constant abundance of food, this genotype efficiently prepares individuals for a famine that never comes.

credit societies

In 1931 he made Roy Bergengren of the Credit Union National Association to present the value of co-operative credit societies.

Dhawade has no commercial banks or co-operative banks present within the village, but there are 1 agricultural credit societies, 1 non-agricultural credit societies and 3 other credit societies present within the village.