culture area


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culture area

nKulturraum m
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The developers say they have already had enquiries and are looking for both local and national restaurant brands to move in and help build a cafe culture area, complete with outside seating, to work alongside Baker Street and Bedford Street.
During the meeting the parties discussed the mechanisms of coordination of efforts to shape a positive image of Ukraine in the world, as well as the areas of potential collaboration between the Atlantic Council and the Ukrainian Government in the culture area.
Training staff to respect food material and to understand that food waste equates to losing money and if after training they're still being wasteful they could be made personally responsible for the cost I'm sure this would cut waste dramatically - it is really a business culture area.
Forecasts and current market sizing are provided in three specific segments: -- Media, -- Sera, and -- Reagents In addition to a thorough discussion of the technologies and techniques currently employed and emerging in the cell culture area, Kalorama's exhaustive report provides specific information on: -- Market Size, growth, and forecasts of Media market, Sera market and Reagent market through 2017 -- Market Share Estimate for Animal-Derived, Component Free Media -- Market Share Estimate for Serum-Free Media -- Market Share Estimate for Chemically-Defined -- Competitive Market Share by leading supplier as of 2012 -- Estimated Market by Region (North America, Europe, Asia U.
Songs from the Edge of Japan illuminates Yaeyama's rich musical tradition--a musical culture area that has kicked in-depth musical study in English until now.
Traditional Micronesian Societies by Glenn Petersen weighs in on the debate, presenting data in support of the argument that sociocultural patterns shared among the peoples of these wide-spread islands justifies recognizing Micronesia as a culture area.
This book revolutionises the cultural geography of the precolonial Caribbean, and is the latest and most forceful proponent of a paradigm shift which has seen Caribbean scholars break out of their traditional culture area and move away from pottery-based histories of migration (see contributions to Hofman & Bright 2010).
The heritage site of Al Bastakiya is Dubai's original art and culture area, housing several of Dubai's long established art galleries as well as the newly opened Tashkeel artist studios.
However, we do not want to become entangled in this controversy; our aim is to pin point its congruence to the wider culture area spreading over Iran, Iraq, Turkey, areas inhabited by the Kurd people, Central Asia, Afghanistan, Kashmir, Pakistan and India.
Yvette Willard heads up our Talent, Development and Culture area, which primarily looks at how we bring talent into the organization, how they are developed once they are here and then creating a culture that cultivates innovation and sustainable growth.
Somewhere around the early 1990s, American sportswriting abandoned adulthood and embraced the inner child--unimpressed apparently by the gravitas of the golden age of sportswriters (Rice, Smith, Runyon et al) and all their pretentious attitude about how sports and culture area dynamic and that sports reflect a time, an era, sportswriting became the stuff of the moment--the hastily executed bios, the up-against-a-deadline chronicle of championship seasons quickly forgotten, the self-help manuals of superstars du jour with cut and pasted power cliches, the batched-up sports columns that have already yellowed--sports writing, influenced by, who knows, USA Today, Sportscenter, MTV, Hunter Thompson, conceded historic perspective and settled for getting it out quickly.
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