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Synonyms for culture

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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He knows more now about the world, and life, and man's place, and all the rest, than Arthur, or Norman, or I, or you, too, for that matter, and in spite of all our Latin, and French, and Saxon, and culture.
While these stakeholders want change, no consensus has emerged on how to define and advance culture change in these facilities.
Rowland is dean and permanent fellow of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family--Melbourne, and author of Culture and the Thomist Tradition: After Vatican II (Routledge).
In learning a new culture, learners need to purposefully construct an understanding of the other worldview, a different reality in order to speak with people from other cultures.
In contrast, group cultures, such as traditional nationalism or pre-Reformational Christianity, tend to promote sadness as part of the ethic of compassion or self-sacrifice.
Such a viewpoint would support the earlier discussion that psychological tests can be more easily generalized to other cultures than psychosocial tests that are based more on the dynamic process of change.
While reactions to crisis situations seem to be common throughout all cultures based upon the physiology of human beings, manifestations of responses may differ significantly.
The on-call physician sees the patient, notes the temperature, sees the blood cultures and is not concerned.
culture is more aggressive, meaning it is not as "soft" as Latin American cultures are.
Brucella organisms are gram-negative coccobacilli and may be present in high concentration in blood cultures drawn early in the disease process.
Thus far, schools have served as the main battlefield in this potential clash of cultures.
Given these broader options and the long-in-the-making collapse of boundaries between elite and mass culture (or, if one prefers, art and commerce), it is only to be expected that museums would recognize the popular appeal of fashion photography of all types.
The articles in African Roots/American Cultures (Rowman & Littlefield, September 2001) address many of these issues that are fundamental for understanding the Diaspora, as do the following volumes: