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He creates the deme, a local unit to serve as the basis of his political system.
It was also enacted that a man kept his original deme even if he went to live elsewhere.
In truth, the only deme they joined was that of the Perioeci.
All metics there were required to register in the deme (local community) where they lived.
In ancient times when it was the deme Acharnae.
This was the first time since the introduction of the deme system back in 2004 that Tredeme won the award.
By far the largest community is Valira, the former seat of the former deme.
Eubulus' early life is unknown, other than that he was from the Anaphlystus deme.
Besides those open to the whole body of the people, there were many confined to the members of each tribe, deme, and house.
The single was released on Deme Records, a record label set up by the band for their first release.
An in-school competition followed to name them: those selected were all from the Cornish language, with deme added to the end.
The word deme refers to an endogamous local population that does not have unilineal descent.
Thus, a deme is a local endogamous community without internal segmentation into clans.
'We bought the farm for the soil,' Linda Deme explains.
A deme was a subdivision of Attica in ancient Greece.
His reforms included a system of registration that emphasized the importance of the deme over family tradition.
The population that regularly share genes (termed the deme) is estimated to be between 25 and 50 hectares around each tree.
This ancient deme included the modern areas of Voula and Vouliagmeni.
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