cultural characteristics

cultural characteristics,

n.pl See culture 2.
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Each country, having its own cultural characteristics, traditions, creates its own register (register).
The nature and quality of his works had diversity representing the cultural characteristics of Sindh and portrayed Sindh's social order in its own way.
He went on to say: "Daesh's dream has gone, and now we start our dream in Iraq to rebuild what has been destroyed and to restore Iraq to all its provinces, each of which has its own cultural, economic, and cultural characteristics.
Muslim population, they continue to be cast as potentially threatening persons based on perceived racial and cultural characteristics," Considine declares.
Importantly, these societal and cultural characteristics are linked with brain size and brain expansion also known as encephalisation, the researchers said, in the paper published in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution.
In addition, children who are overweight or obese are likely to remain the same as adults, passing their genetic and cultural characteristics to their offspring.
Keeping in mind the social and cultural characteristics specific in Jordan, where Careem has become the travel companion of choice for thousands of customers, features such as call masking will enhance the level of trust and confidence customers have in our services, thereby enabling them to be mobile while having greater peace of mind.
The festival will help create a greater awareness of the cultural characteristics of people in different parts of Europe, and their traditions of coexistence, mutual aid and volunteering.
Keeping in mind the social and cultural characteristics specific to certain markets, where Careem has become the travel companion of choice for thousands of women, features such as call masking will enhance the level of trust and confidence customers have in our services - thereby enabling them to be mobile while having greater peace of mind.
Cultural change is considered a millstone because each country has its own cultural characteristics.
She begins with background on the country's geography, political institutions, economic structure, and cultural characteristics, then traces its history chronologically, with a key part of the book covering the past 40 years, including the Soviet invasion, the Taliban regime, the country after 9/11, and the road to democracy.
Thus is this definition more imprecise, but it gives the concept of racism a broader range of coverage by considering also cultural characteristics as starting points.

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