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communism /ˈkɒmjʊˌnɪzəm/
▶ noun
1. a system of society with property vested in the community and each member working for the common benefit according to his or her capacity and receiving according to his or her needs.
2. (usu. Communism) the movement or political party advocating such a system, esp. as derived from Marxism and seeking the overthrow of capitalism by a proletarian revolution.
■ the communistic form of society established in the 20th c. in the former USSR and elsewhere.
3. = communalism.

Except as noted (-), these are taken from the Canadian Oxford Dictionary

above-mentioned BUT aforementioned, aforesaid
acknowledgement
after-effects
aged 42, aging
anglophone
anti-Semitism, anti-social
archaeography -, archaeology
audiovisual
avant-garde
Belarusian
benefited, benefiting
bestseller
biculturalism
brain drain
centrepiece
childcare
Ciscarpathia
co-author, co-editor, co-compiler, co-worker
co-operate, co-opt, co-sponsor (BUT EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Cooperation Committee and Gulf Cooperation Council)
coordinate, coordination, coordinator
Communism, Communist
copy-edit
counsellor
counter-intelligence, counter-revolutionary
coursework
dataset -
decision maker
de-emphasize, emphasize
defence
diaspora (only Jewish Diaspora is u.c.)
disenable
double-barrelled
Eastern Europe, East European
encyclopedia
end matter
enrol, enrolled, enrolling, enrolment
ethnocultural
filmmaker
first-hand
focused, focusing
formulas
front matter
full-fledged
fundraiser, fundraising
further
geocultural -, geopolitical
groundbreaking
hard-working
hare-brained
health care (n.), health-care (adj.)
hemorrhage, hemorrhaging
honorary, honourable
humanities (lc)
in-migration
intercultural, interdisciplinary, intermarriage, interreligious, interwar BUT inter-church, inter-class, inter-ethnic, inter-ministerial, inter-office, inter-regional, inter-tribal
Internet
keynote
labelled, labelling
lay of the land
lifelong
log in (v.), log-in (n.)
long-lived, long-term, long-standing, long-time
makeup (n.)
manmade
megaproject
midsummer BUT mid-winter
misprint, misrepresentation
modelling
multicultural, multimedia BUT multi-dimensional, multi-ethnic, multi-level, multi-tasking, multi-volume
nation building, nation-state, nation-state building
national communism, national-communist
neo-nationalism
no-brainer
non-governmental
offence
offset (n. & v.), offsetting
ongoing
out-migration
overpopulated
panellist
paralleled, paralleling
policymaker
poli-sci
post-censal, post-colonial
postgraduate BUT post-doctoral, post-secondary
postmodern, postnatal
post-traumatic
postwar BUT pre-war
practice (n.), practise (v.)
preschool
pro-rate
Quebec, Québécois (or Quebecois)
reallocate, reanalyze, rebalance, reconsider
record-keeping -
redo
re-educate, re-elect, re-emphasize, re-establish, re-evaluate re-examine BUT reassert, reinterpret, reinvent, reissue, reorganize, reprivatize, republish, rethink, retrace, revisit, rewrite
round table (n.), round-table (adj.)
roundup
samizdat (Ukr. samvydav)
schoolmate
sea change
short-lived, short-term
sixties
sizable
skeptic
Slavistics
sociocentric, sociodynamics, socioecology, sociography, sociostatic, sociotechnical
BUT socio-critical, socio-cultural, socio-demographic, socio-economic, socio-educational, socio-emotional, socio-environmental, socio-geographic, socio-historical, socio-legal, socio-literary, socio-political, socio-psychological, socio-regional, socio-religious, socio-scientific
St. Petersburg
stand-alone, standard-bearer
state building (n.), state-building (adj.)
sub-genre, sub-lieutenant, sub-region, sub-zero
subfield -, subgroup, subplot, subsection, subunit
sub-Saharan
think-tank
time frame, time scale
titled (not entitled)
totalled, totalling
toward
transatlantic, Transcarpathia, transnational
twofold
Ukrainian-Canadian (adj.)
Ukrainian Canadians (pl. n.)
underappreciated, undercarriage, undercook, underdeveloped, undereducated, underestimate, underground, underpopulated, underrate, undersecretary, undervalue, BUT under-employment, under-report, under-represent, under-resourced, under-sheriff
under way
watertight
website
weekday
well-being
West, Western BUT westernize
wholehearted
world view
worldwide

NB: do not capitalize second element of hyphenated words if the first element is not a standalone word, e.g., Stasiuk Post-doctoral Fellow; Anti-government Insurrection

-ize, -ization, etc. (American style) BUT Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development et al.

a.m., p.m., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., BUT QC (Queen's Counsel), US, USA, USSR
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