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a system of terms used by a people sharing a history and culture

a variety of a language that differs from the standard form

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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However, Chinese groups have continued to resist the idea, citing attempts to assimilate Chinese vernacular schools into single-stream schools.
It is a first-of-its-kind digital handholding solution that guides users at each and every step through vernacular speech hence making digital applications extremely easy to use.
This perspective on the contrasting functions of art music and vernacular music can help music teachers understand how best to appeal to modern music students.
The book is organised into ten concise chapters, each of which, aside from the Introduction and Conclusion, focuses on the dominant ideas expressed by the cinematic vernacular in a particular time period.
Sobecki challenges the traditional view that the crystallisation of England's vernacular legal culture occurred during the period 1550 to 1600 as part of a movement towards vernacularism that occurred in the wake of the Reformation.
In justifying his writing, Dante says that those who have once tasted the wisdom at such a table have compassion for those who have not, and since compassion is the mother of generosity, "they who possess knowledge always give liberally of their great riches to the truly poor and are like a living fountain by whose waters the natural thirst referred to above is quenched." (22) This clearly illustrates that Dante now considers himself to be a benefactor to the less fortunate "sheep," and, as we will see shortly, also a benefactor to an Italian vernacular.
The volume editor begins the section with a study of Dutch occasional poetry from the years 1635 to 1640 that shows how dangerous it is to try to construct larger generalizations from the interaction between Neo-Latin and the vernacular poetic repertoires in this specific area.
Most of VRB in central Iran were located in villages [10] and half of them were constructed based on the vernacular architecture principles.
This marvelous study of the formation of English eloquence in the sixteenth century shows just how misleading this familiar phrase can be: much of the vernacular literature produced in this fertile period of poetic innovation was not noticeably eloquent, nor was it precisely English.
"It sort of fun of jumping into completely different world, completely different time, completely different vernacular, it's a toughest thing for me right now with the pilot is the story is all broken on my board here but you know trying to find different rhythms of speech and vernacular," Sutter told his fans who are eagerly waiting for his new project.
Why was such a serious image reimagined at the vernacular level as a medium for digital politics and play?
African American, Creole, and other vernacular Englishes in education; a bibliographic resource.
Alison Cornish, Vernacular Translation in Dante's Italy: Illiterate Literature.
The Early Renaissance and Vernacular Culture, by Charles Dempsey.