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Traditions

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religious traditions

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  • Singapore is a society of diverse religious traditions.
  • Remaining Armenians in Uzbekistan keep their religious traditions.
  • Missionaries of many religious traditions are present and operate freely.

cultural traditions

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  • The lyrics are tributes to the cultural traditions of Punjab.
  • African-American names are part of the cultural traditions of African Americans.
  • Conceptually, Hussein draws inspiration from his native Arawak cultural traditions.

oral traditions

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  • Reverence for the land and oral traditions are emphasized.
  • These include oral traditions such as tales, proverbs and jokes.
  • Ibsen copied or received a collection of local oral traditions from Fylling.

musical traditions

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  • The new score mixes Balinese and Western musical traditions.
  • This is one of the world's oldest and richest musical traditions.
  • Later in the 20th century, Manx church musical traditions slowly declined.

local traditions

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  • Ari Buddhism itself was a mix of Tantric Buddhism and local traditions.
  • Different shapes and patterns of baskets are made using local traditions and techniques.
  • Later influences include mutual permeating of local traditions and various folk cultures.

customs and traditions

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  • Packages are sometimes tailored to local customs and traditions.
  • Harry and his family were also very faithful to Jewish customs and traditions.
  • The Hinduism in South India is characterized by Dravidian customs and traditions.

other traditions

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  • This concern is largely absent in other traditions of art.
  • Similar names exist in other traditions.
  • All children take turns handing out presents in other traditions.

folk traditions

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  • His poetry was influenced by folk traditions and by Maironis.
  • The rural hill tribes of Tamil Nadu each have their own folk traditions.
  • Local folk traditions are similar to those in surrounding Gansu and Shaanxi.

traditions such

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  • These include oral traditions such as tales, proverbs and jokes.
  • Celery seeds have been used widely in Eastern herbal traditions such as Ayurveda.
  • The bombo legüero is a common instrument in Argentine folk traditions such as zamba and chacarera.

culture and traditions

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  • 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.

highest traditions

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  • Colonel Whaling's gallant conduct throughout was in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.
  • Maj. BRADY'S bravery was in the highest traditions of the military service and reflects great credit upon himself and the U.S. Army.
  • His superb airmanship and indomitable fighting spirit were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

different traditions

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  • There are two different traditions in the Anga parayana.
  • The different traditions using the concept have radically different perspectives.
  • After his death several biographies were written by Lamas of different traditions.

many traditions

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  • Withrow has maintained many traditions over the years.
  • Dartmouth is well known for its fierce school spirit and many traditions.
  • While KCD has been in existence since 1972, many traditions from its predecessors remain.

old traditions

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  • They should discard all the old traditions and superstitions.
  • She wrote: "We are in need of unhampered growth out of old traditions and habits.
  • But as disposable incomes grew, wealthier consumers abandoned the old traditions.

music traditions

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  • The country's folk music traditions can be traced back to the times of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
  • The music of North Africa for the most part has a different history from Sub-Saharan African music traditions.
  • Like the Folk and Roots Festival, Square Roots has also hosted performances from a variety of music traditions.

traditions and customs

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  • He is assisted by an ordinary boy Boris and a teacher who explains Felix local traditions and customs.
  • As the occupation by the Wasangu continued, the traditions and customs of the Safwa slowly disappeared.
  • These indigenous populations evolved over the next 5,000 years across a large area into many groups with shared traditions and customs.

ancient traditions

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  • His paintings reflect the conserved and ancient traditions, the beauty and spirit of old times.
  • Many other legitimate Nihon jujutsu Ryu exist but are not considered koryu (ancient traditions).
  • It combines harmoniously elements of the liturgy and of popular piety, ancient traditions and innovation.
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