Society definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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It
also
highlights meticulously the
paradoxes of
modern government and society in general.

The Times Literary Supplement (2011)

There
must be more to high society than
horses and
house
parties.

Times, Sunday Times (2014)

The
biggest
danger to human society
comes from
civil
servants in an environment like this.

Times, Sunday Times (2008)

The
programme is incredibly
successful at
improving the life
chances of the most
vulnerable group in society.

Times, Sunday Times (2007)

The
second
theme is
stronger families and a more
responsible society.

Times, Sunday Times (2007)

And they
cost less to the
health system and society.

Times, Sunday Times (2016)


Publicly
arguing
matters of interest to society.

Times, Sunday Times (2015)

Some people
say
judge a society by the way it
treats its women.

Times, Sunday Times (2014)

How can the cost to society of this particular
case possibly
outweigh the
benefits?

Times, Sunday Times (2006)

The most
straightforward are
deposit accounts with
banks and building societies.

Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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The
whole
idea that society must be
recruited to this
project is over.

Charles Glass The Tribes Triumphant (2006)

The pluralist society of organizations
will be no
exception.

Peter F. Drucker MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)

How can it be good for society to
stop people
getting
married?

Times, Sunday Times (2012)

Is it modern society that
drives people to
hurt each other?

Times, Sunday Times (2008)

Hence
capitalism and society in general
need more
regulation.

Times, Sunday Times (2013)

This
constant
hammering
home of the
message that mutuals are different is
finally
paying off for the building society.

Times, Sunday Times (2006)

In
almost all societies, the life
expectancy at birth is longer for
females than for
males.

Appelbaum, Richard P. Sociology (1995)

The
data
lost by Skipton does not include
bank or building society account
details.

Times, Sunday Times (2007)

The
students’
union
claims to have the largest
selection of
clubs and societies in the country.

Times, Sunday Times (2013)

Co-operative societies: usually “owned” in some way by
consumers.

Tom Cannon Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice (1986)

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