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civil

1. of the ordinary life of citizens as distinguished from military, legal, or ecclesiastical affairs
2. of or relating to the citizen as an individual
3. of or occurring within the state or between citizens
4. a less common word for civic
5. of or in accordance with Roman law
6. relating to the private rights of citizens
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Moreover, civil society provides the forums to the people to debate and discuss their issues and communicate them to the rulers and administrators.
Ena Junejo has been transferred from Hyderabad to Karachi (South) on promotion as Senior Civil Judge against the post lying vacant.
Qaiser Shahzad, Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate Kulachi (DIKhan) has been transferred and posted as Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate Tangi (Charsadda), Mazhar Hussain, Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate Tangi (Charsadda) has been transferred and posted as Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate Kulachi (DIKhan), Ms.
Addressing the gathering, Minister of State for Home Affairs Shri Kiren Rijiju said Civil Defence is service to the nation and we should improve and strengthen the civil defence concept.
Is this draft law a step forward for supporters of civil marriage in Lebanon?
Key-words: Civil society, state, economy, European history, European political thought/philosophy
A powerful example of these policy improvements is evident in New York, where, in the past 10 years, community organizations, labor unions and policy advocacy organizations have come together to both enforce and expand the civil rights of immigrants.
The contribution of blacks in several facets of the Civil War is just one topic discussed in the growing compendium of books on the subject.
The horror of battle, however, punctured sailors' naive beliefs that the Civil War would be a grand adventure.
A Civil Republic: Beyond Capitalism And Nationalism by Severyn T.
These forces of social change project polarizing views of modernity, social values, and of civil society.
Civil War, a research team has determined that soldiers who saw many of their comrades killed or who were prisoners of war experienced a greater incidence of serious physical and mental ailments later in life and died at younger ages than other veterans did.