melting pot


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Synonyms for melting pot

an environment in which many ideas and races are socially assimilated

a vessel made of material that does not melt easily

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For instance, The Melting Pot will advertise all the important details about a location (lease, floor plan, sale price, etc.
Mira Foods owns four other restaurants, including two Noodle House franchises, and as part of the franchise agreement it will develop an additional four Melting Pot restaurants in Saudi Arabia.
Consumers could vote for their favorite selections on The Melting Pot website, or via cellular texts.
As per the agreement, HCS will be opening 12 Melting Pot outlets in the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt over the next eight years.
Yet Veltman defends Zangwill against the resulting criticism that the playwright was in favor of a completely homogenized America, as seen through his glorification of the melting pot ideal and seeming abandonment of the Zionist cause.
Slough is a microcosm of Middle Britain today - a melting pot of classes and cultures.
My understanding is that the United States is supposed to be a melting pot.
Her early success included two Northern Soul classics: Picture Me Gone and Go Ahead On; a 1968 USA single, I'm Gonna Make You Love Me, and various Blue Mink hits including Melting Pot and Banner Man.
Delivered by Melting Pot Arts, the project focused mainly on the construction of the new pounds 4m Hardwick Green Primary School.
America's original melting pot -- it once boasted more citizens of mixed ancestry than any other city in the country -- New Orleans has weathered more than its share of civilrights battles, including the Rosa Parks battle a full 50 years before Parks refused to relinquish her bus seat in Montgomery, Ala.
In answering this question, this book takes up a conversation begun by the Chicago School of Sociology in the early twentieth century and modified and continued by Daniel Patrick Moynihan and Nathan Glazer in their now-classic Beyond the Melting Pot [1970].
When one of Heller's new friends, an illegal immigrant named Salim, is badly beaten by a brutal cop and then disappears from the hospital, Heller mobilizes his friends to search for Salim, confronting the melting pot of Manhattan in the melting heat.
Kaiser may think that the syncretist "theology" of some Indian or Sri Lankan Jesuit theologians merging the "best" of the world's religions into a melting pot has a great future; no one of importance in the Catholic Church I know agrees with him.
Befitting the melting pot that is Los Angeles, the city celebrated an array of multicultural talent at the 14th annual Lester Horton Dance Awards.
New Jersey's dishes have been changed by the melting pot influence and thus an Indian Chicken Vindaloo, Italian-Style Stewed Peppers, and Portuguese Kale Soup reflect the state's ethnic influences.