verb[with object] rare
Organize (something) on the basis of shared ownership: attempts to communalize farming
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- A further significant difference was that the Russian land reforms involved a total reversal of the measures, eliminating independent peasants and communalizing the villages.
- This phase has witnessed many changes which are deeply communalising the civic society.
- Radical attempts to communalize property during the period and more modest attempts to encourage collective agriculture under them met with strong cultural resistance.
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- We need to look at its schools, propaganda machinery, its cultural fronts, and its communalization of society as a whole.
- Personal safety is no more on his mind, as he continues to write and speak out strongly against the communalization of his state.
- During this phase, one can also witness the rising communalization of society.
Definition of communalize in:
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