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Nation

A group of persons with a common identity completely separate from other groups. There is no consensus as to what separates a nation from, say, an ethnic group beyond wide acceptance of a group's identity as a nation. Many nations also have their own states or countries, though most countries are multinational.
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'We are proud that UC Davis Children's Hospital has been recognized nationally in the U.S.
24 percent say the projects take longer (34 percent nationally);
Stanton Bridge has also won recognition for enabling pupils' attainment at the 'expected' and 'higher' standard at Key Stage 2 in reading, writing and maths to be in the top 20 per cent of all schools nationally.
The nationally representative sample of adult men and women from across the four provinces was further asked the following question, 'In your opinion, would the Supreme Court's decision be remembered as a good decision or as a bad decision in the future?' In response, 37% said as a good decision, 45% said as a bad decision and 18% did not know.
"To impose additional cuts to 40% of surgeries nationally and nearly 60% of Huddersfield surgeries is scandalous, quite frankly.
The best in Denbighshire was Rhos Street CP School (54th nationally) and Wrexham's was St Mary's CIW Primary School in Ruabon (87th nationally).
The popular Sail Brisbane regatta is open to internationally and nationally recognised classes.
Washington, July 20 ( ANI ): President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney are deadlocked nationally and in the swing states, according to a new poll.
Its nearest rival in Wales is Swansea University, at 49th place nationally, followed by Aberystwyth in 58th place.
This summary describes a study that examines characteristics and experiences of beginning public school teachers in the Northeast and Islands Region states and compares them with the characteristics and experiences of beginning teachers nationally using data from the 2007/08 Schools and Staffing Survey.
Highways in New Hampshire rank 27th nationally for performance and cost-effectiveness, according to a report on 2008 U.S.

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