How to use ‘a culture’ in a sentence

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Zygmunt Bauman considers certain features of 21st century society to actively promote moral blindness. A valorisation of commodities as ephemeral and exchangeable combines with the effect of internet anonymity to create a culture that…

… born into a culture with a polytheistic religion, which included animal sacrifice and the ritual use of intoxicants, quite similar to early forms of Hinduism in India. Zoroaster’s birth and early life are little documented. What is known…

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) is a not for profit human rights organization whose core objective is to foster a culture of human rights in Zimbabwe as well as encourage the growth and strengthening of human rights at all levels of Zimbabwean society through observance of the rule of law.

Zera Yacob had a culture entirely theological. Although of humble birth, he earned respect for his intellectual capacities, and went on to pursue the traditional Ethiopian theological education. Zera Yacob mastered Coptic theology and…

… interested in ancient Greek literature, and who is confronted with the grotesque behind the scenes machinations of a culture magazine. The novel’s narrator interweaves dubious and nihilist characters in the guises of the period he describes.

Zadok HaKohen said that the Oral Law developed to its full potential after the victory of the Hasmoneans over the Greek culture, a culture characterized by deep analysis and hair-splitting argument. These virtues were converted to a holy…

Youth Ministry Lives in a Culture, in Youth Ministry Playbook for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, eds. Jeffrey S. Nelson and Jill Carroll Lafferty (Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2001).

Yogurt is produced using a culture of Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus bacteria. In addition, other lactobacilli and bifidobacteria are also sometimes added during or after culturing yogurt. Some…

Czech bandura schools established a culture of bandura playing in Western Ukraine and Poland when many students returned there after completing their studies.

… political and moral issues in a culture ever more driven by the media draw our attention to slight,often overlooked but extraordinary facets of the man-made world we inhabit today.

Yaya Diallo was born in 1946 in the village of Fienso (French Sudan) now Mali, to a nomadic Fula father and a Minianka mother. Yaya was raised in a culture that works, worships, lives and breathes to the beat of the drum. Thanks to his…

Yanauluha – A culture hero, who brought agriculture, medicine and all the customs of the Zuni people.

Yaakov Rechter was born to Paula Singer and the architect Zeev Rechter on 14 June 1924 in Tel Aviv. He grew up in his father’s house which was used as a culture center in Tel Aviv. He studied architecture at the Technion – Israel Institute…

… theme of Theatre and a Culture of Peace. The first World Theatre Day International Message was written by Jean Cocteau (France) in 1962. It was first in Helsinki, and then in Vienna at the 9th World Congress of the ITI in June 1961 that…

… between working people in their struggles to win fair employment standards and more importantly, to establish a culture of human and worker rights and to ensure that these are enshrined in international law and the national law of those countries…

Work began in 1994 to renovate the synagogue for use as a culture center which will also have an exhibition on local Jewish history in the women’s gallery. The only original interior decorative elements remaining in the building are six…

Women in various countries face serious risks if they report rape. These risks include being subjected to violence (including honor killings) by their families, being prosecuted for sex outside marriage, or being forced to marry their rapist. This creates a culture of impunity which allows rape to go unpunished.

Women in the global village: increasing demand for traditional communication patterns. In Breines, Ingeborg, Gierycz, Dorota, & Reardon, Betty (Ed.), Towards a Women’s Agenda for a Culture of Peace. Paris: UNESCO, 1999.

Women in Paraguay live in a culture that has been undergoing rapid change in recent decades. Women’s rights were expanded through constitutional and legal changes during the 1990s. Cultural attitudes towards many areas of women’s lives are also changing. Yet Paraguayan women still face many challenges in trying to attain social equality.

Within the contiguous United States, the consumption of kaolin has been proposed as a culture bound syndrome observed in African Americans in the rural south, particularly in areas in which the mining of kaolin is common. In South Africa,…

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