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- n. A group of people who identify with one another, especially on the basis of racial, cultural, or religious grounds.
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- n. people of the same race or nationality who share a distinctive culture
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"They are in the ethnic group required by Nekkar," Helva remarked dubiously,
Schroen had a good rapport with Massoud and his key aides and he also spoke Dari, the language of the Tajik ethnic group that dominated the Northern Alliance.
"The Senate favors no social or ethnic group above another, " Luminara countered.
Babi said that there were tensions between their people-the Tajiks, who were a minority, and Tariq's people, the Pashtuns, who were the largest ethnic group in Afghanistan.