Western

Western may refer to:

  • Western (genre), a category of fiction and visual art centered on the American Old West
    • Western fiction, the Western genre as featured in literature
  • Western music (North America), a type of American folk music
  • Western world
  • Western culture

Read more about Western:  Geography, Transportation, Educational Institutions, Other Uses

Other articles related to "western":

Western Christianity
... Western Christianity is a term used to include the Latin Church of the Catholic Church and groups historically derivative thereof, including the churches of the ... Western Christianity makes up about 90% of Christians worldwide ... Western Christianity developed and came to be predominant in most of Western, Northern, Central, Southern and parts of Eastern Europe, ancient Northern Africa, Southern Africa, and throughout Australia and the ...
Western - Other Uses
... Western Publishing, a defunct publishing company The Western, a hotel/casino in Las Vegas Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Canada Western text-type, used in textual criticism of Greek New Testament ...
Western Christianity - Western Denominations
... Western Christianity makes up about 90% of Christians worldwide, with the Roman Catholic Church accounting for over half and various Protestant and related denominations making up another 40% ... and Anglicans are some of the larger and older Western denominations outside the Roman Catholic Church ...
Julius Nepos - Rise To Power
... been raised to the throne by the Burgundian magister militum Gundobad in the western capital of Ravenna ... Under Roman law, Leo was the sole legitimate Emperor and had the right to select a new western counterpart ... a relative and already governor of the province of Dalmatia, technically a part of the western empire but in practical terms an autonomous region since at least the time of Marcellinus' rule there ...
Potsdam Conference - Agreements Made Between The Leaders At Potsdam - Potsdam Agreement - Poland
... See also Western betrayal and Territorial changes of Poland after World War II A Provisional Government of National Unity recognized by all three powers ... Recognition of the Soviet controlled government by the Western Powers effectively meant the end of recognition for the existing Polish government-in-exile (known as the London Poles) ... The provisional western border should be the Oder-Neisse line, defined by the Oder and Neisse rivers ...

Famous quotes containing the word western:

    All right, so there he is, our representative to the world, Mr. Western Civilization, in codpiece and pantyhose up there on the boards, firing away at the rapt groundlings with his blank verses, not less of a word-slinger and spellbinder than the Bard himself and therefore not to be considered too curiously on such matters as relevance, coherence, consistency, propriety, sanity, common decency.
    Marvin Mudrick (1921–1986)

    It’s a queer sensation, this secret belief that one stands on the brink of the world’s greatest catastrophe. For it means the fall of Western Europe, as it fell in the fourth century. It recurs to me every November, and culminates every December. I have to get over it as I can, and hide, for fear of being sent to an asylum.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    The priesthood in many ways is the ultimate closet in Western civilization, where gay people particularly have hidden for the past two thousand years.
    Bishop John Spong (b. 1931)