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collective

a. a cooperative enterprise or unit, such as a collective farm
b. the members of such a cooperative

collective

[kə′lek·tiv]
(meteorology)
In aviation weather observations, a group of observations transmitted in prescribed order by stations on the same long-line teletypewriter circuit. Also known as sequence.

collective

The method of controlling the amount of rotor blade pitch where all blades are varied in pitch an equal amount simultaneously. Normally refers to the collective pitch, which is the pilot control in rotary wing aircraft for changing the rotor pitch. Also called collective stick. See collective pitch
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Although these changes foreshadow the emergence of new social and ideological values, they still appeal embedded in practices which emphasise collectiveness and integration.
There has been a collectiveness of late that was sadly lacking when we reached our nadir at Old Trafford.
Team spirit and collectiveness are more important to us than any individual and although we recognise tomorrow's game will be extremely tough for us, I still believe we will reach the semi-finals.
In fact, the complexity and the collectiveness in causes leading to peace or war have long been recognized in the morphological construction of those words.
Those were probably the most convenient and reliable agencies with which to recruit in an isolated geographical regions, as well methods most appropriate to the socio-cultural construction of Nepali lives, where people were bound by collectiveness or community life, especially in rural areas.
Arnold's image of isolation is remarkable for its collectiveness, 'We mortal millions live alone' (l.
Longest overall COLLECTIVENESS / CORRECTIVENESS, MEDDLESOMENESS / METTLESOMENESS, and SLUGGISHNESSES / SLUTTISHNESSES (14 letters); longest with no doubled letters BARBARIZATION / MARMARIZATION (13 letters); longest with three substitutions MAMMIFEROUS / PAPPIFEROUS (11 letters); longest in a set of three or more words DINGLEDANGLE / JINGLE JANGLE / TINGLETANGLE (12 letters).
Your cool, calm collectiveness balances out his crazy, fun ways.
In a society like China, where collectiveness is strongly emphasized and only one child per married couple is allowed, studying children's self-control behavior becomes a practical, theoretical, and political issue.
The search for an art that would "represent" or "illustrate" the group efforts involved in its making is necessarily redundant, at any rate, as there is consensus (a typical "'80s" kind of consensus, by the way) regarding the fundamental collectiveness of art, both in terms of the social agents it engages, from critics to curators, producers to spectators, as well as in the sociocultural histories and values it represents.
Through collectiveness and togetherness is how we've managed to get where we are.