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List the ethnic groups that were left without nations after the nationalist movements of the nineteenth century

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What is important about word choice and language when communicating with culturally diverse people? Give examples or reasons for your answer.

Definition of many words have changed over last 100 years, Webster Dictionary (used world wide since late 1800'S) has defined many terms, words, and phrases in a way that has been widely adapted in many nationalities, and popularized in to what we know today as real world speech. Modern day generation, (born 80s to 2017) have introduced a stylish way of redefining uses and meanings of everyday words. Slang pronunciation pertaining to a certain crowd, gang, group, clan, clik, sect, nationality, etc. have also achieved their personal meaning in speech dialect, All is American Slang, criminal slang, back slang, rhyming slang, and other types of slang. Purposefull strong directive words used singularly or/and spoken combined in a certain order/phrase and/or certain tone of voice, mentioned and misused around and within the Not Agreeable crowd will cercaintly have a negative backfire. When just in America in ethnic dominate and divers neighbor hoods, American street English is common and in most areas a need to know language to communicate with the crowd. Street credit/smarts/speech defines personalities judged by the intermediate popular side of general public, and self esteem and confidence are affected by general judgmental society.

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What does ethnic mean

relating to a population subgroup (within a larger or dominant national or cultural group) with a common national or cultural tradition.

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noun: fascism; noun: Fascism; plural noun: Fascisms
  1. an authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization. synonyms: authoritarianism, totalitarianism, dictatorship, despotism, autocracy;More Nazism, rightism;
    nationalism, xenophobia, racism, anti-Semitism;
    jingoism, isolationism;
    neofascism, neo-Nazism
    "a film depicting the rise of fascism in the 1930s"
    • (in general use) extreme right-wing, authoritarian, or intolerant views or practice.

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Adjectives that start with the letter n

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nahce, naive, naked, nameless, napoleonic, nappy, narcotic, narrative, narrow, narrower, nasal, nascent, nastier, nastiest, nasty, natal, national, nationalist, nationalistic, nationwide, native, natty, natural, naturalistic, naughtier, naughty, nauseating, nautical, naval, navigable, navy.

neapolitan, near, nearby, nearer, nearest, nearsighted, neat, neatest, nebular, nebulous, necessary, necromantic, necrotic, nectareous, needless, needy, negative, negligent, negligible, neighborly, neighbouring, neoliberal, neonatal, nerveless, nervous, net, nettlesome, neural, neurological, neuromuscular, neuronal, neuropsychiatric, neurotic, neuter, neutral, neutralist, new, newborn, newer, newest, newfound, newly, newtonian, next.

nice, nicer, nicest, nifty, nighted, nightmarish, nighttime, nihilistic, nilpotent, nimble, nimbler, nine, nippy, nise.

noble, nobler, noblest, nociceptive, nocturnal, nodular, noiseless, noisier, noisy, nominal, non, nonacid, nonagricultural, nonchalant, nonchurchgoing, noncombatant, noncommissioned, noncommittal, nondescript, nondiscriminatory, nondrying, nonequivalent, nonexistent, nonfunctional, nonionic, nonlinguistic, nonliterary, nonmagical, nonmetallic, nonmusical, nonmythological, nonobservant, nonparticulate, nonpartisan, nonpoisonous, nonpolitical, nonprofit, nonracial, nonresident, nonresidential, nonsegregated, nonsensical, nonsingular, nonspecific, nonstop, nonsystematic, nonverbal, nonviolent, nonwhite, normal, normative, northeast, northeastern, northerly, northern, northernmost, northwest, northwestern, norwegian, nostalgic, nosy, notable, noteworthy, noticeable, notorious, novel, noxious.

nubile, nuclear, nucleic, nude, null, numb, numberless, numenous, numerical, numerological, numerous, numinous, nursing, nutrient, nutritional, nutritious, nutritive, nuts, nutty.

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What were the reasons for the world wars

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There were many reasons for the world war I .It is broadly divided into long term and immediate causes.The immediate cause of the Great War was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. He was visiting Sarajevo when he was assassinated on 28 June 1914 by a Serbian nationalist society known as the Black Hand. Austria-Hungary claimed that the Serbian government was implicated in the plot and made demands upon Serbia which Serbia was unable to fulfill. Using that as an excuse and desiring to crush the nationalist movement in Serbia, wishing to control the area of the Balkans, and backed by Germany, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on 28 July. The alliance systems then in effect caused the other major powers to enter the war. Russia was bound by treaty to come to the aid of Serbia. Germany viewed Russia's mobilization as an act of war against Austria-Hungary and declared war on Russia on 1 August. France was bound by treaty to come to the aid of Russia. When Germany invaded Belgium to attack France, Great Britain, allied to France, declared war against Germany. Attempting to remain neutral as long as possible, the United States entered the war as a result of German unrestricted submarine warfare. Our freedom of the seas was threatened by German activity on the high seas. Underlying causes of the war included militarism, the build up of German military force, especially the Navy, which was seen as a threat to Great Britain. The desire for colonies, especially by Germany, since she entered the quest for colonies (imperialism) late in the game and, again, that was viewed as a threat to Great Britain and France. And nationalism, especially in the area of Europe known as the Balkans. The various nationalities were demanding independence or a larger part in the government of those nations that presided over them.

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What is radicals?

Radical, from Late Latin radicalis "of roots" and from Latin radix "root", may refer to:
in science and mathematics in medicine
  • Radical surgery, surgery carried out in extreme circumstances and/or with extensive treatment
in linguistics
  • In an Inflected language such as English or Spanish, the radical verbs (also called 'radical-changing') are those which are exceptions to the standard patterns of word change, as e.g.. to be is in most Indo European languages.
  • Root (linguistics), also called a "radical", the form of a word after any prefixes and suffixes are removed
  • Radical (Chinese character), part of a Chinese character under which it is indexed in a dictionary (also called bùsh?u ??)
  • Radical, one of the three consonants in a Semitic root
  • Radical consonant, a consonant articulated with the root of the tongue
in politics Extremism, political standpoints that are perceived as revolutionary or extreme
  • Radical Whigs, influential early writers on Radicalism
  • Radical Reformation, an Anabaptist movement concurrent with the Protestant Reformation
  • Radical Republicans, a member of an influential group of American politicians during the Civil War reconstruction
  • Radical Party, one of a number of political parties around the world
  • Radicals (UK), parliamentary progressives who were part of the nineteenth-century Liberal coalition
  • Radical feminism, a current within feminism that focuses on patriarchy as a system of power
  • Radical veganism, a radical interpretation of veganism, usually combined with anarchism
in culture
  • Radical chic, a term coined by Tom Wolfe to describe the pretentious adoption of radical causes by celebrities, socialites, and high society
in architecture
  • Radical Baroque, an architectural style characterized by the curvature of walls and intersection of oval spaces
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