What Is a Communal Family?
The word commune has various meanings to different people. The term communal family refers to two or more groups of families that live together and share facilities in some form of society. It is actually a form of communal living forum.
A communal family is a combination...
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(Above) Sen No Rikyu
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communication among friends
and family. The reasons
are that people are getting maximum information, enter-
tainment and time pass throug
h various channels. I will
explain these reasons in det
ail further in my essay.
Though there are many sources of gathering information
we rely on people for...
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