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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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These printed ephemera are chosen for their presumed cultural significance rather than their visual appeal, except perhaps for Louis Rouhier's "impressive" possesso print and his "remarkable" engraved broadsheets related to the 1656 plague year (185, 219).
As a result, the small neighborhood fiestas of the past suddenly sported beer stands with corporate logos, hawking cervezas and hyping up traditions that didn't necessarily have any cultural significance.
The masterworks are chosen by a jury process based on their historical and cultural significance, critical and popular acclaim, and their preservation state.
They do not belong to a work of such huge cultural significance, and are more suited to a building manual than the hook that have successfully promoted building as an art.
British Waterways has been granted pounds 274,000 to conserve a collection of working boats on the West Midlands canals and interpret their cultural significance.
The IVCLA also provides educational opportunities through cross- cultural programs, cultivates lasting relationships among visitors and promotes the economic and cultural significance of the Los Angeles area.
there is to the best of our knowledge no religious or cultural significance to the specific observatory site.
It will also create an Atrisco Heritage Foundation, funded by SunCal at $1 million each year for 100 years, to preserve the land's cultural significance.
Open Competition: Implementation-finding work, project documentation in an amount sufficient to carry out major repairs and restoration work to obtain all necessary approvals for the design-budget documentation; to give a positive conclusion of the state historical and cultural expertise, the exercise of copyright and technical supervision of construction of the object of cultural significance for the project "Overhaul of buildings public autonomous educational institution of vocational education" Menzelinsky Teachers College "
The first chapter covers the history of graffiti, its cultural significance, and current legal venues for it.
10 (ANI): Residents of Haldwani, Uttarakhand, participated in the annual Nanda Devi Fair, the cultural carnival that is of immense religious and cultural significance and symbolises the economic and cultural prosperity of the region.
Artworks of cultural significance to the North East feature strongly in the display.
Not only is that judgment wrong ( it's pop music, stupid; it's supposed to be fun ( it also clocks the cultural significance of a musical movement that offered a powerful new voice to black people, women and the gay community.
conducts studies on acquired properties to determine their architectural, archeological and cultural significance.
The International Rugby Board has ruled only national anthems can be sung before matches but with exceptions made for performances of cultural significance.
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