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deep-rooted

adjective deeply engrained, deeply immlanted, deeply manifest, engrained, ensconced, established, impeded, imprinted, manifest
Associated concepts: common law, precedence deep-rooted in the law
See also: chronic, inherent, inveterate, organic, stable, underlying
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The film shows the young director's vision of Damascus, its colors, noise, deep-rootedness, elegance and childhood far from the tourist classifications, as it filmed corners that one is unaware of in the Syrian capital although they pass before our eyes over and over.
HH underlined that the demonstration of the deep-rootedness and integration of Asia, is the distinguished feature of incorporating a diversity of cultures, civilizations and religions, despite their different ethnicities and religions, as the people of Asia were accustomed to coexist among each other, thereby reinforce the principle that "knowing each other is better than ignoring each other, and coexistence is better than fighting, and standing by each other is better than being rivals of each other.
AaAaAa "For Africa, the way out of the crisis cannot be only economic and technical, but also through the establishment of its own values of dignity, ethics and cultural deep-rootedness," the declaration said.
These undertakings were designed to create a link between todayCOs new generation and the deep-rootedness of the past, as well as developing co-operation with other world class institutions and organisations around the globe.