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civic

adjective civicus, civil, common, communal, community, government, governmental, juridical, lawful, legal, metropolitan, municipal, neighborhood, political, public, regulatory, town, urban
Associated concepts: civic affairs, civic enterprise, civic orranizations
See also: civil, local, political, public
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Fukui said Honda hopes to take advantage of the new Civic Hybrid to expand global hybrid car sales to 60,000 units in 2006 from nearly 30,000 units in 2004, including Accord and Civic hybrid cars.
Given the strength of the Irish architectural scene, it is not surprising that most of the commissions for new civic buildings across the country have gone to home-grown practices.
Murphy concedes that this picture has been complicated by Richard Niemi and Jane Junn's book Civic Education: What Makes Students Learn (1998).
In Diminished Democracy: From Membership to Management in American Civic Life, Skocpol persuasively argues that a vibrant democratic system requires institutions, leadership, networks, and national organization.
Provide leadership development and recognition for building and district administrators willing to support a system-wide commitment to civic education.
In this engaging book, Rossi stresses the importance of community associations but argues that formal organizational memberships and contributions to these organizations are not the only measures of civic participation.
The ducal tomb as civic monument begins sometime after 1250 with that of Jacopo Tiepolo (1229-49) originally in front, but now on the facade, of SS.
The civic achievement of students in the 28 participating countries was measured based on civic content (knowledge of content) and civic skills (interpretative skills needed to understand civic-related information).
In both publications, Putnam identifies evidence of declining participation in a wide range of civic venues, including, to mention a few, political parties, religious groups, unions, parent-teacher associations, and fraternal organizations.
In a follow-up article, published in the Winter 1996 American Prospect, Putnam declared that the "strange disappearance of social capital and civic engagement in America" was a "difficult mystery.
Tim Massie shows how far up the civic ladder business communicators can go -- and how it pays off.
Doing them through civic action blurs what should be a line between the military and civic institutions in a democratic society.