The term "society" is currently used to cover both a number of political and scientific connotations as well as a variety of associations.
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... A common contemporary use of @ is in email addresses (transmitted by SMTP), as in firstname.lastname@example.org (the user jdoe located at site the example.com domain) ... Ray Tomlinson is credited with introducing this usage in 1971 ... Another contemporary use of the @ symbol in American English is adding information about a sporting event ...
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