Kultur


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Kul·tur

 (ko͝ol-to͝or′)
n.
1. Culture; civilization.
2. German culture and civilization as idealized by the exponents of German imperialism during the Hohenzollern and Nazi regimes.

[German, from Latin cultūra, cultivation, care; see culture.]

Kultur

(kʊlˈtʊə)
n
(often used ironically) German civilization, esp as characterized by authoritarianism and earnestness
[German, from Latin cultūra culture]

Kul•tur

(kʊlˈtur)

n. German.
(in Nazi Germany) German culture, held to be superior and characterized by subordination of the individual to national interests.
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Kultur

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The total product of human creativity and intellect:
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These were the native guides impressed into the service of Kultur and upon their poor, bruised bodies Kultur's brand was revealed in divers cruel wounds and bruises.
com)-- Kultur Films has released Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts with the New York Philharmonic Volume 2 November 19, 2013.
svd) SvD Kultur reported that the show was attended by roughly 14,300 fans, many of whom waited outside the venue all day for a glimpse of Bieber.
In an interview with German broadcaster Deutschlandradio Kultur, Weidmann rejected calls by states such as France for the ECB to intervene more forcefully to halt the euro zone's accelerating debt crisis.
Kultur Shock, Bastardolomey - August 13, rock arena
Cogu yenidogan sepsisinde 24-36 saat icinde kultur pozitifligi beklenir.
The Show takes place at the Ataturk Kultur Merkezi (Ataturk Cultural Center).
Bunlardan geleneksel olanlari; sabouraud dekstroz agarda kultur ve KOH ile direk mikroskobik incelemedir (4).
eine Kultur gegeben hat, die sich deutlich von der brahmanischen oder vedischen Kultur unterschied, die aber ebensogroszen Einflusz auf die 'klassische' indische Kultur ausubte wie jene.
The event, jointly organized by the Foundation of Culture and Arts in Antalya (Antalya Kultur Sanat Vakfi, AKSAV) and the Foundation of Turkish Cinema and Audiovisual Culture (Tiirldye Sinema ve Audiovisuel Kultur Vakfi, TURSAK), will also host the third edition of the International Eurasia Film Festival--which started out as the international section of Antalya but has fast become a major attraction for filmmakers from all over the world.
Youngsters from Norway are taking part in the Kultur Scene workshops and musical performances.
Now, thanks to the Kultur label and these five fascinating new DVD releases, audiences around the world can share in a repertoire that has existed either on the periphery or that has been unperformed for many decades.