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Synonyms for culture

the total product of human creativity and intellect

enlightenment and excellent taste resulting from intellectual development

to prepare (soil) for the planting and raising of crops

Synonyms for culture

the tastes in art and manners that are favored by a social group

all the knowledge and values shared by a society

(biology) the growing of microorganisms in a nutrient medium (such as gelatin or agar)

a highly developed state of perfection

the attitudes and behavior that are characteristic of a particular social group or organization

grow in a special preparation

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But a reasonably high degree of regional economic and policy autonomy, a willingness to recognise the multi-level nature of innovation governance, an inclusive and consultative policy mentality and an associative cultur e attuned to the importance of innovation for growth and jobs, are important ingredients in the successful promotion of innovation for the future.
The cultur e at large does not force the white viewer into an identification with otherness; indeed, the culture at large works against such recognition.
The impact of time the artist spent traveling and living in the US during the '90s is also registered, especially in a series of mordant ruminations on American gun cultur e.
Subjectivity is a form of shared knowledge, an enacted document if you will, and is therefore public, cultur al, discursive, and communicable.
There is much that top management can do to encourage and nurture a corporate cultur e that values interpersonal contact and decision making, perhaps not for every management decision, but at least for those that tend to be more important.
The entire area, with its variety of cultures and social traditions and long history, must have added a great deal to the sum of human cultur e.
But that model has the troubling aspect of erasing difference, of assuming that a community of writers and readers must efface the impacts of race, class, nationality, age, and the material facts of existence that such differences carried in British and American nineteenth-century cultur and society in order to form some kind of coalition of emotion.
In a field with which I am particularly familiar, the history of Italian Jewry, nothing illustrates the tendentiousness of this type of scholarship better than Moritz Gudermann's idealized picture of the relations between Italian Jews and their non-Jewish neighbors in his Die Geschichte des Erziehungswesens und der Cultur der abenlandischen Juden (1880-88).
Th e proj ect wil l implemen t th e Carringto n Ran ch Immediat e Publi c Us e Pla n complet ed i n 2011th at contain s hikin g trails , boardwalks , includin g a sectio n o f th e Californi a Coast al Trail, interpretiv e features, picni c facilities , grav el parkin g lot , rangelan d managemen t infrastructur e, an d cultur al and ecologi cal resour ce protection .
The choir had been in South Africa to pecommission b ding compose or alongside o star Bryn Terfe During the to Cape Tow formed two c at the Artsc Theatre Cen as part of t Africa-UK ar and cultur season to mark the 20th anniversary of the end of apartheid rule and the establishment of democracy in South Africa.
Cultur s consequences international differences in work elated values.
Mr Rogerson said winning the City of Cultur title would make the tattoo's 25th anniversary in 2013 all the more special.
Ciallaionn cultur sa chomhtheacs seo (agus sa chomhtheacs seo amhain) an oidhreacht liteartha, fhealsunach, dhiaga, pholaitiuil ata ag pobal ar leith i bhfoirm teacsanna" (2005: 16; emphases in original) [differentiation first of all between translation in the realm of the culture and translation with respect to society.