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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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Literati Storytelling takes an innovative, hybrid approach to this vast and heterogeneous corpus.
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I won't have tacky bread pakoras served at my literati gathering, she thought as she parted the delicate drapes that hung like scrolls of parchment and hurried to the balcony.
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In Chinese ink and wash landscape painting, commonly known as literati painting, the carp symbolises determination because of its famous upstream struggle against the current of the Yellow River.
Louis Community College-Meramec, received the Outstanding Author Contribution Award at the Emerald Literati Network 2013 Awards for Excellence for her chapter "The Evolving Community College Model in the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam," which was published in International Perspectives on Education and Society.
Headquartered in Boston, Mass., Credo's most popular and mainstay product is Literati solutions with versions such as School (secondary education), Academic, Student Athlete, and Public (public libraries).
* Credo's Literati Public, a solution blending scholarly content, technologies, and services for the public library market, won the CODiE Award in the content division from The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) for Best General Reference Service; Literati Academic is also one of five finalists for a CODiE Award in SIIA's education division for Best Education Reference Solution.
It focuses on the art of 17th century literati (wenren) escaping the Manchu takeover that was to last until Qing Dynasty fell in 1911.
MOJ News Agency is also attending the Iran Press Expo sharing its print and publication, religions, literature, the Islamic Revolution and the Sacred Defense, thought, knowledge and technology, society and politics, history and geography, children and teens and the literati profiles.
For 21 years, Groth was gatekeeper to the literati hub, rubbing elbows with J.D.