Cultured Cultus

Cultures

Meanings and phrases

different cultures

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  • Tree deities in different cultures of the world include:
  • Gender differences vary to some degree for different cultures.
  • Both acts are understood very differently in different cultures.

other cultures

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  • Weddings in other cultures have different formats.
  • It is also known as "Tangkai" in other cultures.
  • The moon was a sense of time, but used like in other cultures.

many cultures

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  • In addition, many cultures use grills for cooking.
  • The fox appears in many cultures, usually in folklore.
  • Such deities are present in many cultures.

various cultures

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  • Dolphins have been depicted in various cultures worldwide.
  • Cetaceans have been depicted in various cultures worldwide.
  • It has been known since ancient times and recorded by various cultures.

indigenous cultures

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  • She specializes in the study of Andean indigenous cultures.
  • Perkins has also written about mystical aspects of indigenous cultures, including shamanism.
  • He went on to do field work with the indigenous cultures and languages of the Pacific Northwest.

across cultures

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  • Perceptions of bird species vary across cultures.
  • Many news values seem to be common across cultures.
  • However, these cues vary across cultures and across languages.

all cultures

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  • Draconic creatures appear in virtually all cultures around the globe.
  • Archaeoastronomy can be applied to all cultures and all time periods.
  • In Guinea almost all cultures, religions, and ethnicities practice female genital mutilation.

ancient cultures

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  • Incubation was practised by many ancient cultures.
  • Some ancient cultures promoted gleaning as an early form of a welfare system.
  • Long-distance trade between the ancient cultures of Mesoamerica was increasing.

languages and cultures

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  • Gabon has at least forty ethnic groups with differing languages and cultures.
  • Lucas Bridges learned the languages and cultures of both tribes from a young age.
  • The genre has been copied into languages and cultures other than the Anglo-American.

between cultures

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  • Customs vary between cultures and religious groups.
  • The Song Contest is a friendly competition between cultures.
  • One should say that translation of cultures may reflect an inequality between cultures and peoples.

cell cultures

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  • This insect was the first used in the successful development of continuous insect cell cultures.
  • However cell cultures are often hindered by various factors especially if cell culture continues long-term.
  • However, the Auger dose with 77BrdC disrupted the herpes-specific gene in several transformed cell cultures.

diverse cultures

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  • MKs tend to be open-minded and tolerant of many diverse cultures.
  • So he brought along with him people of diverse cultures and professions.
  • There is a lingua franca called "Uru", which bonds the diverse cultures together.

cultures around

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  • Draconic creatures appear in virtually all cultures around the globe.
  • Many cultures around the world have developed beliefs regarding people with albinism.
  • Her lyrical content is influenced by her experiences traveling and researching different cultures around the globe.

cultures such

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  • The cultures such as Japanese idol and visual kei began as youth culture in the Japan.
  • focused on a variety of Japanese cultures such as traditional wear (kimono) to Otaku culture.
  • The youth culture in Japan began in the 1980s with cultures such as Japanese idol and visual kei.
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