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Teastaionn cultur chomh gear uaimse is a theastaios grian on gcraobh arbhair.
On the same day that this story was published, the Daily Post also highlighted the concerns of residents in Hoylake who are fed up with the antisocial behaviour resulting from the area's booming bar cultur e, a consequence, it is said, of the Royal Liverpool's success at ba gging one of Britain's major sporting events.
2) DEVELOPMENT OF PARTNERSHIPS AND OF A SUSTAINABLE INFRA STRUCTURE THROUGH CULTUR ALLY SPECIFIC TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND CAPACITY BUILDING:
51) The first extensive use of the term Cultur appears in the Critique of Pure Reason and with that the centrality of the cultivation of reason is established.
Introduction," in The Cultur Meaning of Urban Space (Westport, CT, 1993); William R.
A second characteristic of this theology of cultur e is a domesticating tolerance that invites one to suspend judgment about the winners and losers in the culture.
His association of "Slavic" with the feminine was compounded by the fact that his contact with various Slavic cultur es was mostly through these women friends.
Indiens Literatur und Cultur in historischer Entwicklung.
His campaign team underlined his populist appeal by drawing on mass cultur e, inviting audiences to sing an adaptation of the "Heigh-ho" song from the previous year's Walt Disney hit Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
However, young shoot explants cultur ed on medium containing high cytokinin levels lacking ammonium showed typical callus induction patterns.