Renaissance


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Synonyms for Renaissance

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Synonyms for Renaissance

the period of European history at the close of the Middle Ages and the rise of the modern world

the revival of learning and culture

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One such program, School Renaissance, promises to improve academic achievement for all children using proven teaching methods and technology for using on-going formative evaluation data.
Different cultural representations emerged, shaping Renaissance subjectivity; the body, particularly the Ovidian body, was considered an excess in its representation.
Mishkin's study lays side by side the basic features of the Irish Renaissance and the Harlem Renaissance, particularly with respect to issues of literary language and the use of "folk" culture.
Located on the block bounded by Johnson, Jay and Adams streets, Renaissance Plaza will include 809,280 square feet of office space, a full-service Marriott hotel and banquet center, retail shops, a health club and a 1,074-car private parking garage.
In terms of dates, Langston Hughes in The Big Sea (1940) begins the period in 1921 with the opening of Shuffle Along and ends it with the crash of the stock market in 1929; both David Levering Lewis - When Harlem Was in Vogue (1971) - and Nathan Irvin Huggins - Harlem Renaissance (1979) - mark the beginning of the Harlem Renaissance at 1919, when the 369th United States Infantry Regiment marched through Harlem after the war.
NEW YORK -- Renaissance Health Insurance Company of New York (Renaissance New York), a member of the Renaissance family of companies, announced today it will sell and service insurance plans in select New York markets including Rochester, Syracuse and Buffalo.
Objects of Virtue: Art in Renaissance Italy is co-authored by Luke Syson and Dora Thornton, a previous and present curator at the British Museum.
Wintz's seven-volume Harlem Renaissance anthology present a large sampling of valuable essays on the literary phenomenon.
Renaissance Life & Health Insurance Company of America (Renaissance America), a member of the Renaissance family of companies, today announced it will make available insurance plans designed specifically for small and mid-sized businesses.
The result has been a reassessment of that movement (often in a more positive light), a number of biographical studies of major participants in the Renaissance, and an effort to place the Renaissance clearly within American and African American social, cultural, and literary history.
Renaissance CEO, Robert Farrell, commented, "Renaissance Health Care is very proud to receive full accreditation for disease management from these two prestigious accrediting bodies, and these accreditations help to validate the care coordination processes and policies Renaissance has put in place to improve the lives of patients with Chronic Kidney Disease.