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Definition of Multireligious
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Literary usage of Multireligious
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Social Institutions in Their Origin, Growth, and Interconnection by Denton Jaques Snider (1901)
"The multireligious Process, which deals with the religions of the world in their separation, seeking the principle of organizing them, and applying it to ..."
2. Central Asia and the World: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan by Michael Mandelbaum (1994)
"... the more serious issue of ethnic and religious "contagion" is spreading into the Russian Federation's own multiethnic and multireligious makeup. ..."
3. The ASEAN States and Regional Security by Sheldon W. Simon (1982)
"The sect is an eclectic, multireligious cult whose followers worship Buddha, Jesus Christ, Confucius, Mohammed, and other religious figures. ..."
4. From Dominoes to Dynamos: The Transformation of Southeast Asia by John Bresnan (1994)
"Thus, while Americans' sense of democracy may be offended by the prevailing one-party systems, Southeast Asian countries face multiethnic and multireligious ..."
5. Trouble in Paradise? Europe in the 21st Century by Steven Philip Kramer, Irene Kyriakopoulos (1996)
"The end of the Cold War has unleashed centrifugal forces that tend toward the disaggregation of multiethnic or multireligious states where a sense of ..."
6. Do the Right Thing: The People's Economist Speaks by Walter Edward Williams (1995)
"But we'd better quickly reverse course and recognize that multireligious and multiethnic societies are fragile at best and can blow up in our faces. ..."