Culturati Cultured

Culture

Meanings and phrases

culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a particular society at a particular time and place; civilization; civilisation
  2. the tastes in art and manners that are favored by a social group
  3. all the knowledge and values shared by a society; acculturation
  4. (biology) the growing of microorganisms in a nutrient medium (such as gelatin or agar)
  5. the attitudes and behavior that are characteristic of a particular social group or organization
  6. the raising of plants or animals
  7. a highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality; --Joseph Conrad; polish; refinement; cultivation; finish

culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. grow in a special preparation

Aegean culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the prehistoric civilization on the islands in the Aegean sea and the surrounding countries; Aegean civilization; Aegean civilisation

Clovis culture

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n.
  1. the Paleo-American culture of Central America and North America; distinguished chiefly by sharp fluted projectile points made of obsidian or chalcedony

Cycladic culture

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n.
  1. the Bronze Age civilization on the Cyclades islands in the southern Aegean Sea that flourished 3000-1100 BC; Cycladic civilization; Cycladic civilisation; Cyclades

Folsom culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the Paleo-American culture of Central America and North America; distinguished chiefly by a thin finely made flint projectile point having the shape of a leaf

Helladic culture

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n.
  1. the bronze-age culture of mainland Greece that flourished 2500-1100 BC; Helladic civilization; Helladic civilisation

Kalashnikov culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the attitudes and behavior in a social group that resolves political disputes by force of arms

Minoan culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the bronze-age culture of Crete that flourished 3000-1100 BC; Minoan civilization; Minoan civilisation

Mycenaean culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the late bronze-age culture of Mycenae that flourished 1400-1100 BC; Mycenaean civilization; Mycenaean civilisation

Paleo-American culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the prehistoric culture of the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America; Paleo-Amerind culture; Paleo-Indian culture

Paleo-Amerind culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the prehistoric culture of the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America; Paleo-American culture; Paleo-Indian culture

Paleo-Indian culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the prehistoric culture of the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America; Paleo-American culture; Paleo-Amerind culture

Western culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the modern culture of western Europe and North America; Western civilization

cranberry culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the cultivation of cranberries

culture medium

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. (bacteriology) a nutrient substance (solid or liquid) that is used to cultivate micro-organisms; medium

culture shock

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a condition of disorientation affecting someone who is suddenly exposed to an unfamiliar culture or way of life or set of attitudes
E.g.
  • The resulting feeling is described as "reverse culture shock".
  • The trip proves to be enlightening for young Musa, who is faced with the culture shock of urban society.
  • This move was a culture shock for the families from Tokyo due to the dirt roads and open fields in Tsukuba.

drip culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a hydroponic method of growing plants by allowing nutrient solutions to drip slowly onto an inert medium in which the plants are growing

mass culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the culture that is widely disseminated via the mass media
E.g.
  • According to Nietzsche, individuals needed to overcome this form of mass culture.
  • He believed the press and mass culture led to conformity and brought about mediocrity.
  • By rising above mass culture, society would produce higher, brighter and healthier human beings.

mosaic culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a highly diverse culture

prehistoric culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the time during the development of human culture before the appearance of the written word; prehistory

youth culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. young adults (a generational unit) considered as a cultural class or subculture
E.g.
  • Indian movies permitted a new youth culture without "becoming Western."
  • A youth culture had grown, including coffee bars, pop music and teenage gangs.
  • Japanese youth culture Japanese youth culture is a style for the youth and teen.

popular culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • This version passed into Breton popular culture.
  • The paintings are influenced by popular culture.
  • Some depictions of Huang in popular culture include:

pop culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • 1" has been used several times in pop culture:
  • She is described as an "80s pop culture icon of Turkey".
  • "It's one of our fondest, dearest pop culture memories."

language and culture

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E.g.
  • They also introduced the Spanish language and culture.
  • Lusérn is the centre of Cimbrian language and culture.
  • He showed the continuity of language and culture across the diaspora.

history and culture

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E.g.
  • He also authored several popular books on history and culture.
  • How much does she know about the history and culture of India?".
  • It has its own history and culture.

art and culture

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E.g.
  • She is an authority on American art and culture.
  • Marathon's art and culture community has varied over time.
  • Paris lost its avant-garde status in European art and culture.

arts and culture

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E.g.
  • The community is "rich in arts and culture".
  • The Dayton Region ranked within the top 10% in the nation in arts and culture.
  • It was first of its kind to promote and encourage arts and culture in Pakistan.

material culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They share common traits in body decoration and material culture.
  • Width of deposition of remains of material culture reached 5 meters.
  • In the context of material culture, no two hand-crafted items are identical.

local culture

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E.g.
  • To Promote local culture Kohalpur has two F.M.
  • It promotes local culture and airs local news.
  • Brewing and cycling figure in local culture.

culture and history

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E.g.
  • Housed in a former synagogue, the museum describes the Jewish culture and history of the Jews of Alsace.
  • The site and its environs, as well as the culture and history of the place, will also influence the design.
  • It specializes in exhibits relating to the culture and history of this group of islands in the South Pacific.

culture and language

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E.g.
  • They are recepts from culture and language.
  • Wired praised the game for teaching players Hawaiian culture and language.
  • However, there are now substantial differences in culture and language among the inhabitants.

culture through

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Humphrey expresses his growing up in BMX culture through his art.
  • Science became more visible in the mainstream culture through Atomic Age design.
  • Arabic culture had a strong influence on the local Malay culture through its religion.

traditional culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They started Culturama to reconnect people with their traditional culture.
  • This means that they have maintained a great part of their traditional culture.
  • The burials show that the traditional culture of the Kangju resembled characteristics of the Saka.

cell culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It inhibits the replication of DNA in cell culture.
  • In 1987 the phospholipids were found to be potent toxins on leukemic cell culture.
  • In 1985, De Clercq and Holý described the activity of PMPA against HIV in cell culture.

political culture

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E.g.
  • There has recently been an intersection of celebrity and political culture.
  • An emphasis on social justice has been a distinguishing element of Canada's political culture.
  • Gammon (insult) Gammon is a pejorative term popularised in British political culture since around 2012.

own culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Mock went on to host TakePart Live and her own culture show, "So POPular!
  • The Tai Nua people have their own culture, tradition, language and literature.
  • His fictional works revolve on Romani identity and are for him a way to write about his own culture.

music and culture

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E.g.
  • In the 1970s and 80s the SO36 in Kreuzberg was a centre for punk music and culture.
  • Kevin Kerslake has also made several music and culture documentaries, such as Nirvana's "Live!
  • The band members shared a common passion for all forms of music and culture with no desire to be pigeonholed.

society and culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Friedrich Nietzsche held a pessimistic view on modern society and culture.
  • She envisaged modernism as inherently unstable, a society and culture in flux.
  • The major theme in her stories is the role of women in traditional Chinese society and culture.

folk culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Part of this practice may have been rooted in an older folk culture of fans.
  • He played the lead role in bringing up the folk culture of Bengal in an international platform.
  • He spent 30 years researching the folk culture by traveling to different villages all over the West Bengal.

national culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • These comic books were produced in Chile, and were seen as part of Chile's national culture.
  • Aboriginal languages are recognized as integral parts of the "national culture" (Constitutional Law No.
  • Bamboo Worship, Cow Totem, bullfight and dogfight are the typical national culture signals of Yelang Emperor.

culture and society

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E.g.
  • He is notable for his depiction of Bengali culture and society.
  • Jim's Mowing, franchise development: Epigenetics, culture and society
  • For these reasons science regulation may be closely related to religion, culture and society.

literature and culture

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E.g.
  • She specializes in Judaism, especially talmudic literature and culture.
  • Seren's aim is to bring Welsh literature and culture to a wider audience.
  • Christmas stories have become prevalent in Western literature and culture.

human culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Dolphins have long played a role in human culture.
  • Beer has been a part of human culture for 8,000 years.
  • The range and diversity of human culture is markedly large.

high culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Czech philologists studied sixteenth-century texts, advocating the return of the language to high culture.
  • While Frasier and Niles are interested in high culture, Roz and Martin share a more down-to-earth view of life.
  • The text finally adopted in the reads: The common cultural heritage is commonly seen in terms of high culture.

contemporary culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It contains cultural evidence of contemporary culture buried underground.
  • Today, neither Lord Clark’s benign pomposity nor his open disdain for contemporary culture would fly.
  • The Grand-Guignol's introduction of naturalism into horror "unmasked brutality of contemporary culture".

tissue culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • No tissue culture or foreign matrices are required.
  • In plants this is accomplished through tissue culture.
  • In plants this is accomplished through the use of tissue culture.

culture and traditions

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E.g.
  • about the culture and traditions of Russian paganism.
  • This town is rich in culture and traditions.
  • The Aryan valley is famous for its culture and traditions.

life and culture

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E.g.
  • Dance is central to Latin American social life and culture.
  • Crime and violence were a reality of urban life and culture in Sophiatown.
  • with the aim to document peasant life and culture of the mountain region of the Valtellina.

modern culture

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E.g.
  • Initially she was enlightened in modern culture by her husband.
  • Fincher has explored themes of martyrdom, alienation and dehumanization of modern culture.
  • He later admitted that the myths of modern culture are deeply rooted in the minds of commoners.

hop culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In the early 1980s, Double Dutch was strongly associated with New York hip hop culture.
  • Ferréz's writing style reflects the oral culture of the urban periphery and of hip hop culture from São Paulo.
  • He was asked for his opinion on why freestyles no longer are considered the rite of passage in hip hop culture as they once were.

culture and heritage

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Andhra Pradesh has rich culture and heritage.
  • Sorn plays not only to defy the rules, but to teach a lesson about culture and heritage.
  • Varaždin is often considered the most significant centre of baroque culture and heritage in Croatia.

corporate culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • This shaped his views on corporate culture and his future role as an employer.
  • Steele has been instrumental in curating a corporate culture at his company through philanthropic initiatives.
  • They stated that they would not sell unless they received guarantees that the corporate culture would be preserved.

musical culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • White labels, along with dubplates, played an important part in drum and bass musical culture.
  • The organization is dedicated to encouraging an inclusive musical culture throughout the country.
  • Amsterdam's musical culture includes a large collection of songs which treat the city nostalgically and lovingly.

indigenous culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Surnames were an integral part of plains indigenous culture.
  • For example, the Afrocentric method can be used to research African indigenous culture.
  • Sanjuanito is a danceable music used in the festivities of the mestizo and indigenous culture.

politics and culture

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E.g.
  • The politics and culture of France, meanwhile, were in upheaval.
  • It uses a four-domain model - economics, ecology, politics and culture.
  • He is a well-known controversial figure in Latvian politics and culture.

visual culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • ), "From child art to visual culture of youth".
  • Ubukata writes for the Japanese visual culture magazine "Newtype".
  • Blobjects can also be found in most areas of contemporary visual culture.

hip hop culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In the early 1980s, Double Dutch was strongly associated with New York hip hop culture.
  • Ferréz's writing style reflects the oral culture of the urban periphery and of hip hop culture from São Paulo.
  • He was asked for his opinion on why freestyles no longer are considered the rite of passage in hip hop culture as they once were.

physical culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He became a pioneer of a new style of yoga influenced by physical culture.
  • He is the Distinguished professional of physical culture and sport of Ukraine.
  • Temperance and physical culture advocate Diocletian Lewis (1823–1886) was his brother.

culture and politics

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E.g.
  • Matthew Gray has noted that conspiracy theories are a prevalent feature of Arab culture and politics.
  • His diary has survived, providing useful information about Elizabethan culture and politics in Wales.
  • Magazines may also carry articles on topics including cars, humor, science, computers, culture and politics.

culture references

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Marrakech in popular culture Popular culture references to Marrakech, Morocco:
  • Posts include either Internet memes, links, news articles, and popular culture references.
  • The Rally Monkey appears on the scoreboard in various movies or pop culture references that have been edited to include him.

western culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Here mostly people are western culture.
  • It has been associated with the influence of the western culture.
  • Ōtomo Sōrin, a famous Christian "daimyō", first introduced western culture.

culture as well

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E.g.
  • This type of behavior is very common in human culture as well.
  • Gangsta rap's pioneers have met success in other forms of pop culture as well.
  • Some of the songs have also found themselves utilized in sample culture as well.

new culture

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E.g.
  • He made major contributions to creation of new culture objects (museums, monuments etc.
  • Lisa and Stan, camp volunteers and evangelists, help the family adapt to the new culture.
  • A new culture emerged around the Irish Sea among the Celtic peoples with Celtic Christianity at its core.

music culture

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E.g.
  • As a result Pop music culture grew in Kerala.
  • Greenland also has a successful, albeit small, music culture.
  • A flourishing independent rock music culture brought forth Chicago indie.

culture and art

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E.g.
  • When African American culture and art flourished.
  • He comes from a creative family and was always surrounded by culture and art.
  • The aims of these programs is to give foreign students an understanding of Iranian culture and art.

culture during

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Figurative arts were gradually assimilated into the country's culture during the oil era.
  • Some examples: The literate upper classes of Rome were increasingly Hellenized in their culture during the 3rd century BC.
  • The first peoples to live in this area were probably the people from the shaft tomb culture during the Middle Formative Period.

mainstream culture

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E.g.
  • Science became more visible in the mainstream culture through Atomic Age design.
  • (2002) examined the effect of mainstream culture on one's implicit attitude towards their social group.
  • The overall effect was to help the burgeoning interest in strange phenomena spread out into mainstream culture."

literary culture

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E.g.
  • The Order's religious networks helped to develop Danzig's literary culture.
  • One of Rugero's career goals has been to promote literary culture in Burundi.
  • Characters such as Sancho Panza and Don Quixote's steed, Rocinante, are emblems of Western literary culture.

culture and religion

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E.g.
  • Particular divination methods vary by culture and religion.
  • Japanese culture and religion have become intertwined into the martial arts.
  • Their influence is still discernible in Sikka's language, culture and religion.

dominant culture

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E.g.
  • The decline in Abkhaz population left Mingrelian a dominant culture in the area.
  • Feminist SF is political because of its tendency to critique the dominant culture.
  • According to the new party new immigrants should understand that Western culture is the dominant culture.

black culture

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E.g.
  • The Wabash YMCA's work to commemorate black culture was the genesis of Black History Month.
  • It was during this time that jazz was introduced to the French and black culture was born in Paris.
  • The use of different fabrics to produce things, such as quilts, has become a part of the black culture.

education and culture

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E.g.
  • In Zacatelco, it is progress in education and culture are concerned.
  • His stated aim is the "support of education and culture of peace and tolerance".
  • The budget previously dedicated to the military is now dedicated to security, education and culture.

consumer culture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • She is a specialist in eugenics and American consumer culture in the early twentieth century.
  • Media culture is associated with consumerism, and in this sense called alternatively "consumer culture."
  • Celebrity culture differs from consumer culture in that celebrity culture is a single aspect of consumer culture.

religion and culture

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E.g.
  • As in Europe, the castes and sub-classes were of the same race, religion and culture.
  • Patriarchy gives preeminence to the male in essentially all matters of religion and culture.
  • Beauchemin was inspired by the religion and culture of Quebec and an appreciation for the Canadian landscape.

culture such

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E.g.
  • Other examples come from popular culture such as a group of owls, which is called a "parliament".
  • He took copious notes on humble details of his culture such as the charms used by Thai shopkeepers to attract customers.
  • Furthermore, smaller aspects of material culture such as pottery found within structural remains provide insight into social status.

urban culture

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E.g.
  • In this urban culture, the Portuguese heritage has become more and more dominant.
  • The area known as Shitamachi (下町, "lower town" or "downtown"), northeast of the castle, was a center of urban culture.
  • Coming from an Urdu medium, rural school, he was struggling to adjust to the urban culture and an English medium college.

unique culture

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E.g.
  • The Oron people have a unique culture and tradition.
  • Bhils have rich and unique culture.
  • Balochistan is noted for its unique culture and extremely dry desert climate.

rich culture

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E.g.
  • The region has a rich culture and a strong identity.
  • Andhra Pradesh has rich culture and heritage.
  • Villanueva, is well known for its music and rich culture.

culture within

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E.g.
  • The primary role is to build a strong ethical culture within the organization.
  • A whistleblower claimed that there was a volatile, toxic and Machiavellian culture within NAB.
  • It has become a symbol of the integrity of Aboriginal culture within a European social and political structure.

pop culture references

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E.g.
  • The Rally Monkey appears on the scoreboard in various movies or pop culture references that have been edited to include him.
  • Deacon has been known to challenge the traditional ideas of womenswear and often uses wild prints and pop culture references in his designs.

archaeological culture

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E.g.
  • Arras culture The Arras culture is an archaeological culture of the Middle Iron Age in East Yorkshire, England.
  • The Plaquemine culture was an archaeological culture in the lower Mississippi River Valley in western Mississippi and eastern Louisiana.
  • Sukow-Dziedzice group The Sukow-Dziedzice group () or Sukow-Dziedzice culture (, ), also known as Szeligi culture, was an archaeological culture attributed to the Early Slavs.

organizational culture

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  • Organizational ethics is independent of the organizational culture.
  • Organizational climate and organizational culture are distinct concepts.
  • The creative city when introduced was seen as aspirational; a clarion call to encourage open-mindedness and imagination implying a dramatic impact on organizational culture.

culture and tradition

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E.g.
  • The Oron people have a unique culture and tradition.
  • His paintings depict the culture and tradition of Kannur, which has a resonant past with myths and legends.
  • Some of the ancient Amazigh beliefs still exist today subtly within the Amazigh popular culture and tradition.

culture and education

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E.g.
  • It is not only a leisure park but a hub of art, culture and education.
  • A retired teacher, she is currently a member of the Commission of culture and education.
  • In the second half of the 17th century, the monastery became a center of culture and education.

culture and identity

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E.g.
  • It was woven deeply into the culture and identity of the Serbs”.
  • Had they been successful most of Kaguru culture and identity would have been lost.
  • All the festivals and ceremonies pertain to significant aspects of the Amis culture and identity.

native culture

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E.g.
  • The native culture of Austronesia varies from region to region.
  • And to add to the flavour, the festivals of all of these people living in harmony only serve to make the native culture livelier.
  • Such dishes are often prized as ethnic foods by other cultures and by descendants of the native culture who still desire these traditional dishes.

food culture

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E.g.
  • Cleveland is noted in the world of celebrity food culture.
  • This era also saw major developments in Berkeley's environmental and food culture.
  • For opponents, by the contrary, the disappearing of traditional shops, of food culture, of neighborhood life in general.

culture magazine

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E.g.
  • Ubukata writes for the Japanese visual culture magazine "Newtype".
  • Spex (magazine) Spex was a German rock and pop culture magazine located in Berlin, Germany.
  • She was the creative director of fashion and culture magazine "Rodeo", between 2012 and 2015.

culture developed

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E.g.
  • The rich Wessex culture developed in southern Britain at this time.
  • The Castellieri culture developed in Istria during the Middle Bronze Age.
  • The Golasecca culture developed starting from the late Bronze Age in the Po plain.

minister of culture

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E.g.
  • "mentamálaráðharri" (minister of culture) or "heilsumálaráðharri" (minister of health).
  • His son Ying Ruocheng was a prominent actor after 1949 and vice minister of culture from 1986 to 1990.
  • Then he served as the minister of culture in Hariri’s fifth cabinet from 17 April 2003 to 7 September 2004.

gay culture

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E.g.
  • It was also popularized in part through use in gay culture.
  • "Thrillist" called "Drag Race" "the closest gay culture gets to a sports league."
  • Another motif is classic films, especially films which have some connection to gay culture.
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