Western Order

Some articles on order, western, western order:

Japanese Names in English
... Beginning in Meiji Era Japan, in many English-language publications the naming order of modern day Japanese people is reversed from the traditional Japanese naming order, with the ... Japanese people adopted using western naming order in European languages as a part of the Meiji era adoption of aspects of western culture, as part of proving to the wider ... events for the international community, such as balls, Japanese people used the western naming order ...
Eastern Name Order - Lexical Order
... Also in Western countries, the Eastern order with family name first is generally used first in lists and catalogues, with the family and given names separated with a comma (e.g ... For example, most Western libraries use this order, and if one fills a form sheet, family name is usually asked first ... alphabet, some prefer to convert them to the Western order at the same time, while others leave them in the Eastern order but write the family name in ...
Abbey - Benedictine Monasteries
... on Monte Cassino through the whole of western Europe, and every country witnessed the erection of monasteries far exceeding anything that had yet been seen in spaciousness and splendour ... Before the Council of Constance, AD 1415, no fewer than 15,070 abbeys had been established of this order alone ... We have no existing examples of the earlier monasteries of the Benedictine order ...

Famous quotes containing the words order and/or western:

    That man is a creature who needs order yet yearns for change is the creative contradiction at the heart of the laws which structure his conformity and define his deviancy.
    Freda Adler (b. 1934)

    Cinema is the culmination of the obsessive, mechanistic male drive in western culture. The movie projector is an Apollonian straightshooter, demonstrating the link between aggression and art. Every pictorial framing is a ritual limitation, a barred precinct.
    Camille Paglia (b. 1947)