Definitions for "Nation"
A part, or division, of the people of the earth, distinguished from the rest by common descent, language, or institutions; a race; a stock.
a large group of people bound together by common tradition and culture and usually language. Sometimes used synonymously with state, but this can be misleading, since one state may contain many nations. For example, Great Britain is a state, but contains the English, Scottish, Welsh, and part of the Irish nations. Iraq is a state, but contains three distinct nations: the non-Arab Kurds, the Shi'te Muslims in the south and the Sunnu Muslims who hold power in Baghdad. And single nations may be scattered across many states, as was the case with the Jewish nation which existed in many states before the creation of the state of Israel in 1948, and is now the case with the Kurds. See also nation state.
Once a synonym for "ethnic group," designating a single culture sharing a language, religion, history, territory, ancestry, and kinship; now usually a synonym for state or nation-state.
a full-fledged collaboration between Paris and Public Enemy, with Paris taking on all production duties to deliver one of PE's most focused projects to date
a full-fledged collaboration between producer Paris and Public Enemy, with numerous references to golden-era PE
an exercise in controlled chaos, as Paris pulls out all of the stops to present his finest work yet for what is arguably the most important hip-hop group ever
a brand-new web community devoted to helping you get the most out of your investment in GWAVA products
a community which normally tends to produce a state of its own
an ideological construct
Keywords:  terror, wreck, chronicle, chords, tours
a psychological construct, and terrorism is a psychological attack
a visual chronicle of their recent tours across the United States, in support of their most recent Fat Wreck Chords CD, The Terror State
a collective moral entity with a character, an identity across time
a complex entity
a good and welfare state when it is built on the principles of honesty, morality, justice and fairness (Pro
One of the divisions of university students in a classification according to nativity, formerly common in Europe.
One of the four divisions (named from the parts of Scotland) in which students were classified according to their nativity.
a federation of tribes (especially native American tribes); "the Shawnee nation"
a big fan of a razor blade living with the tornado
a living organism
a living soul, a spiritual principle
The body of inhabitants of a country, united under an independent government of their own.
As used in international economics, a nation is almost invariably a country, or occasionally a similar entity (e.g., Hong Kong) with a single, usually independent government.
United States prohibitionist who raided saloons and destroyed bottles of liquor with a hatchet (1846-1911)
a complex being, and to expect uniformity where multiformity reigns would be to take an utterly erroneous view of public affairs
Nation is a nightclub in Liverpool, England. The Cream-owned Nation complex is made up of 3 separate rooms, each of varying shape and size; the 1000 capacity Main room, 700 capacity Annexe and 1300 capacity Courtyard.
Family; lineage.
a bigger family
a community and a family, it needs to be taken care of as such
a grand solidarity constituted by the sentiment of sacrifices which one has made and those that one is disposed to make again
an aural attack of widely varied ingredients that comes together with pinpoint precision
Keywords:  detour, emphasis, great, arrive, herbs
A great number; a great deal; -- by way of emphasis; as, a nation of herbs.
a detour of nature to arrive at six or seven great men
an idea, a shared identity, and Palestinians have that in spades
an idea that wills itself to being
a group of states with military forces and formed priesthoods
a large social group
a strategy game except with an additional military aspect to it
a Human Thing
a natural thing
an extremely vague thing
a product of the bourgeois epoch, that is, the rise and fall of capitalism
Keywords:  plea, harmony, warm, powerful, response
a powerful plea for harmony and as such always gets a warm response
a collection of individuals, and individuals are deeply influenced by their feelings
a collection of individuals and still has the same ethical responsibility that an individual has
a collective of such Being
Keywords:  arbitrary, term
an arbitrary term
an imaginary construct, so it is not surprising that there is no agreement on what it consists of
A complete system with actuators, sensors, etc., connected by a CAN network.
Keywords:  citizens, reflection
a reflection of its citizens
Keywords:  australians, future, contract
a contract between past, present and future Australians
a being determined by its essential attributes, that has its own nature, and can act in conformity to it
an organization such that the members and assets of the organization are not part of another, larger, more powerful, organization
Keywords:  corporation
a corporation