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cul·ti

 (kŭl′tī)
n.
A plural of cultus.
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Mr Aidross said it was unfair to take the history of the premises - formerly known a Multi Culti - into account as it is now under new management.
He added: "In battle, he culti vated a terrifying image.
Quella in superficie e fatta di mura di tufo e piperno, costellate di reliquie e altri oggetti di culti popolari nei quali convivono San Gennaro e Diego Armando Maradona (12), che perimetrano l'anarchia delle "vie struppiate" in cui '"a vita 'e sempe / rint' 'u rrevuoto affonna" (Ati vvoce, ati ffacce schizzano [3], S: 99, vv.
HYDERABAD -- Sindh Abadgar Board has demanded from Sindh gov ernment subsidy of Rs.5000 on per acre culti vation of sunflower on lines of Punjab.
Like the existing 17 rooms, the 21 new suites will be decorated with a blend of vintage--an Ole Wanscher sofa; Spanish colonial desks; Danish art deco lamps--and contemporary touches, such as four-posted beds by Culti and Neue Wiener Werkstatte.
Este contexto tende a gerar menos exclusao, especialmente dos marginalizados do mercado de trabalho formal e do consumo, pela via do trabalho coletivo e do reconhecimento de um ponto em comum: a busca de trabalho e renda (CULTI, 2004, p.2).
Try Hungarian wines before buying at Culti Vini (cultivini.com).
All other F4 populations and parental culti vars were having medium seed cotton yield per plant.
Ma desidero anche offrire una risposta a coloro che sostengono che la Vergine Maria e semplicemente l'erede di culti di dee pagane o in gran parte il prodotto di influenze culturali e sociali come quelle della cultura di corte nei secoli XII e XIII.