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And this holidayperhaps the most culturally significant to American Jewsgoes a step further.
With more than 700 years of history, I could not think of a more proud and fitting location for the sculpture, and urge people to come and see this culturally significant reminder of the cost of one of humanity's greatest conflicts.
Notorious" fails to sell the show within the show as culturally significant or particularly well-regarded.
Protests have been ramping up against the pipeline, which the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe alleges could contaminate its water supply and disrupt culturally significant sites, since early August.
Cumulative Effects of Environmental Change on Culturally Significant Ecosystems in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.
We preserve properties we feel are architecturally interesting and culturally significant," adds Sewell.
The largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand, Chiang Mai will be the fourth city in the Asian country to be served by Qatar Airways, which currently flies to Bangkok and Phuket, and will commence flights to Krabi on December 6.
Acquired by the CPM in 2015 and comprised of 167 original open-reel tape recordings from Brown County, Indiana, the Hedrick collection is one of the most historically and culturally significant assemblages of live hillbilly music and bluegrass recordings in existence.
Second, Francis and other church leaders must see that a ban on full participation by women in the church is obsolete and is no longer culturally significant.
It was great to win and to meet the man himself and also to see Tommy, which is such a culturally significant film.
Added Lin Liangqi, president of AkzoNobel China and Managing Director of Decorative Paints China and North Asia: "The Porcelain Tower of Nanjing was regarded as a national treasure and it remains as culturally significant now as it was hundreds of years ago.
Hyde argues that farming could harm any culturally significant areas of the property and not fit the criteria of "tribal self-determination, economic development or Indian housing.

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