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Somewhat accurate. FLDS, who are not Mormons, practice polygamy. LDS, or Mormons, do not. Also, there are millions of mormons spread across every continent. It'd be hard to fit all of them in Utah. Plus, those who live outside of the Utah/Nevada region don't have a high opinion of most of those who do for many reasons.
Its just someone with a certain relegion, they do believe in Jesus and all and in other stuff as well. You ussually see them coming to your door too or riding around in a biclycle. http://funadvice.com/r/14q285rc1sj That might explain it better?
a member of the church of the latter day saints or a branch off it, who travelled west across america in the 19th century and settled in present day utah,they practice polygamy and believe in working together
Mormans these days don't practise polygamy other than a select few. Mormons even have their own bible. Mormans are also the largest branch of the Latter-day Saints movement.
And we don't have another Bible. We use the same Bible that everyone else uses(or at least used to, KJV).
You know, only a small fraction ever do the whole missionary thing. Ever.