Genocide is the modern term used.
The Holocaust is an example of genocide. (Genocide is the more general term, and there have been other examples).
Families were forced to live in overcrowded urban neighborhoods
There was no objection, but the word genocide was not created till 1943 ...
Since the mid-1940s genocide has been the English term. It means killing a whole people, race, ethnic group.
a masacare genocide.
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Extrake is not a term used with diamonds.
Which of the following was not a long-term consequence of U.S. foreign policy developments between 1898 and 1908?
Utilitarianism is another term.
Genocide is a term that means killing all members of a racial group. It could be applied to Jews as well as to other people.
The Whig Party was formed during Jackson's second term.
The Federalists and Democratic-Republicans.
"Genocide" is the term used for killing an ethnic group of people.
There are a number of terms but genocide is the closest term. Ethnic cleansing is another one.
The word is the Holocaust.
"Genocide" is a term which means a mass killing of a particular group, such as Jews. In a sentence : "Hitler performed mass Genocide during WW2 on Jews" Source : http://www.Google.co.UK/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=define:genocide and such as the Armenian genocide when the Turkish killed one and half million armenians at 1915.
It depends on which one. Most people use the term "Iraq genocide" to apply exclusively to the al-Anfal Campaign which was responsible for the cruel murder of 184,000 Kurds.
I'd say Athychiphobia (Fear of Failure) is the closest.
what could happen to you with a ling-term excess protein intake?