bohemianism

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conduct characteristic of a bohemian

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Images and material objects (including nativity scenes) were also important teaching aids as Catholicism assimilated, or was amalgamated into, rural Bohemian culture.
In the 1960s, Ibiza became a mecca for hippies as hoards of them swarmed to the island, attracted to its bohemian culture.
This disc's title refers to the famous Greenwich Village park that has been a center of folk music, bohemian culture, and radical politics for most of a century.
Greenwich Village is historically known as an important establishment in the archives of bohemian culture.
It's the Pulitzer- and Tony-winning Broadway musical about AIDS, progressive politics, bohemian culture, drag queens, and smokin'-hot lesbians, coming to a multiplex near you, and with a PG-13 rating, no less.
Children Hula-Hooped and the adult Bohemian culture met the youth counterculture Saturday in the first day of the 32nd annual Topanga Days Country Fair.