Science / Biology / Societies: The most highly organized type of social organization; consist of individuals that show varying degrees of cooperation and communication with one another; often have a rigid division of labor.


Business / Internet Marketing / Usenet: Internet message boards, also known as Newsgroups. Each board has a theme, and there are tens of thousands of usenets concerning every imaginable topic. Many of them cover professional subjects and so MORE

The Other World

Entertainment / Literature / The Other World: A motif in folklore and mythology in which an alternative world exists in conjunction with the physical world. This world is typically occupied by mysterious or unknowable beings that resemble humanit MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Animism: The belief that animals, plants, and objects have their own souls or spirits inhabiting them, as in modern Japanese religions like Shinto or in many older hunter-gatherer societies in Africa, Polynesi MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Bard: (Welsh Bardd, Irish Bard) (1) An ancient Celtic poet, singer and harpist who recited heroic poems by memory. These bards were the oral historians, political critics, eulogizers, and entertainers of th MORE


Technology / Computers / Newsgroup: An online discussion community found on the USENET system. These groups cover thousands of different topics of information and are offered free of charge. MORE

Pass Book

Business / Debt / Pass Book: A book of recorded transactions in a savings account, issued by banks and building societies in which a customer's deposits, withdrawals and interest are entered. The book is retained by the customer MORE