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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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Our success will ensure that Saint Paul continues to thrive as part of the most civically engaged metropolitan area in the country.
In addition, local Muslim leaders are promoting voter registration drives and encouraging Muslim communities to become more civically involved.
In 2005, the Congress launched the "Thinking Civically Youth Leadership and Civic Engagement Project," a two-year initiative, which ended in 2007, whose aims were to increase the civic and political participation of Portuguese-Canadian youth in Ontario.
Given the relationships Gallup finds between religiosity and wellbeing, it's not too surprising that adults who say religion is an important part of their daily life are more likely to be civically engaged than those who say it is not.
They were also given an additional classification if they were civically engaged.
The award recognizes schools that move beyond a narrow focus on academic achievement to take action for the whole child, creating learners who are knowledgeable, emotionally and physically healthy, civically active, artistically engaged, prepared for economic self-sufficiency, and ready for the world beyond formal schooling.
Opportunities like this allow you to be civically engaged on issues that are probably the most critical of our time right now.
Facilitated by regional and global experts in the field, it explored different paths towards creating a more civically engaged Arab university campus.
the participation of a civically minded and engaged citizenry.
Combining disciplines that include robotics, electrical and mechanical engineering, computer science, and occupational health, a new breed of polytechnic programs is serving up state-of-the-art, adaptive technology courses for civically engaged engineering students who want to make the world a better place for the disabled.
If we continued to civically snub a sister city, how much could it have cost us in the long term?