Some articles on cultural:
... The relatively small court and low-bouncing ball makes scoring points easier than in its American cousin, racquetball, as the ball may be played to all four corners of the court ... Since every ball must strike the front wall above the tin (unlike racquetball), the ball cannot be easily "killed" ...
... Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization lists 211 sites of historical and cultural significance in Kordestan province ... For more info, see the provincial Cultural Heritage Organization website linked at the bottom of this page ...
... As cultural scientist Roland Benedikter poses in his book on Sustainable Democratization of Iraq and in a series of essays, one main cause of the ongoing problems of ...
... The Puffin Foundation and its Puffin Cultural Forum have been leading supporters and producers of art in Teaneck, sponsoring plays and art exhibitions at it location on Puffin Way ... The now-defunct Teaneck Cultural Arts Coalition had organized many community-wide cultural events, including an annual First Night community celebration of the arts held ... Mark's Church in Teaneck and at the Hackensack Cultural Arts Center, across the river in Hackensack, New Jersey ...
... Port District Cartagena is a Tourism and Cultural District Bogotá is the Capital District and Santa Marta Historical, Tourism and Cultural District ... There are also the Historical and Cultural District of Tunja Special, Ecotouristic, Historical and Universitarian District of Popayán Special Portuarial ...
More definitions of "cultural":
- (adj): Denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people.
Example: "Influenced by ethnic and cultural ties"- J.F.Kennedy
Synonyms: ethnic, ethnical
- (adj): Of or relating to the shared knowledge and values of a society.
Example: "Cultural roots"
- (adj): Of or relating to the arts and manners that a group favors.
Example: "Cultural events"; "a person of broad cultural interests"
Famous quotes containing the word cultural:
“Quite apart from any conscious program, the great cultural historians have always been historical morphologists: seekers after the forms of life, thought, custom, knowledge, art.”
—Johan Huizinga (18721945)
“Theyre semiotic phantoms, bits of deep cultural imagery that have split off and taken on a life of their own, like those Jules Verne airships that those old Kansas farmers were always seeing.... Semiotic ghosts. Fragments of the Mass Dream, whirling past in the wind of my passage.”
—William Gibson (b. 1948)
“Hard times accounted in large part for the fact that the exposition was a financial disappointment in its first year, but Sally Rand and her fan dancers accomplished what applied science had failed to do, and the exposition closed in 1934 with a net profit, which was donated to participating cultural institutions, excluding Sally Rand.”
—For the State of Illinois, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)