domestic group

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domestic group

Fathers' Rights Groups, Domestic Violence and Political Countermobilization

The Domestic Influence of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention and the Working Group on Bribery

Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy Analysis: Public Opinion, Elections, Interest Groups, and the Media

Giving a Voice to Women Survivors of Domestic Violence through Recognition as a Service User Group

Characterization of two major groups of diarrheagenic Escherichia coli O26 strains which are globally spread in human patients and domestic animals of different species

Dominance in relation to age, sex, and competitive contexts in a group of free-ranging domestic dogs

BRITTON, Paul (John James) (born 1949), Head, Economic and Domestic Affairs Secretariat, 2001–09, and Director General, Domestic Policy and Strategy Group, 2006–09, Cabinet Office; Appointments Secretary to the Prime Minister for senior ecclesiastical appointments, 2008–14

Adaptation Strategies of Multinational Corporations, State-Owned Enterprises, and Domestic Business Groups to Economic and Political Transitions: A Network Analysis of the Chilean Telecommunications Sector, 1958–2005

HALL, George Rumney (born 1937), Rector of the Sandringham Group of Parishes, and Domestic Chaplain to the Queen, 1987–2003; Chaplain to the Queen, 1989–2007

RIVIERE, Jonathan Byam Valentine (born 1954), Rector, Sandringham Group of Parishes, and Domestic Chaplain to the Queen, since 2003; Chaplain to the Queen, since 2007; Rural Dean of Heacham and Rising, since 2013


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Used as an alternative to the terms family or household to describe the basic unit of a society, especially in societies where activities such as the preparation of food are ...

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