"Teotihuacan is for Mexicans our greatest cultural heritage , an expression of our history and our identity as a people and nation," the writers and artists said in the letter.
""Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine on the Strength of its Heritage " [Report of the Working Party on Chinese Medicine]"
Then Csar and the pope hastened to lay hands on the heritage , under presence of seeking for the papers of the dead man
In 1890 the Sioux had been inspired by the Ghost Dance movement to take up arms and reclaim their heritage , but federal military intervention quelled the rebellion.
In December 1987, Dunhuang appeared, together with Mount Tai, the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Terracotta Warriors, on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List
Innovation is a recognized part of Motorola’s 75-year heritage . A company that understands the way the world is moving.and then jumps in to intelligently shape its direction.
Holloko, possibly the most charming Hungarian village in the mountains of the northeast, is also part of the world heritage .
Part and parcel of our investigation is to determine what role organized crime played in the Heritage affairs. Mr. O’Neil said.
American writer whose works explore Black life and heritage .
Convention on the Protection of the Archeological, Historical and Artistic Heritage of the American Nations
Europa Nostra-International Federation of Non-Governmental Association for the Protection of Europe’s Cultural and National Heritage
It was rebuilt in later times, especially in the 15th and 16th centuries. The basic wall is about 30 ft (9 m)high, and the towers rise to about 40 ft (12 m). It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.
a heritage of moral uprightness
The Dongba dance step is really a precious heritage in the history of the Chinese dance culture.
National or civic theaters, on the other hand, steadily come into being and endure. Supported by state subsidies, they are considered part of the national heritage .
We must give our support to the protection of major cultural heritage and outstanding folk arts.
To advance and enrich the fine cultural heritage of the nation
Could afford up to forty-five Bucks a throw to wax sentimental over their heritage
While the Chinese clan associations and the Government have done much to stir up more awareness of it as an essential part of Chinese Singaporeans’ heritage , it is the individual family that will ultimately determine whether its intrinsic values are worth preserving.
Huangshan met my expectations perfectly, and the famous World Heritage villages of Anhui were very beautiful, but one thing about them took me aback
Looking back today through the heritage of two centuries, these names are but added to the roll of those Who have served Yale because they have served their country
As if to redeem themselves, some have become ardent supporters of Chinese art and culture. They also visit China regularly in order to imbibe its splendors and rich heritage .
Further upgrading is needed to make Chinese a major medium through which Singapore’s public-minded intellectuals can discuss important national and even global issues, pass down and enrich their cultural heritage and record their delicate and profound thoughts.
As she began to embrace her heritage , she was able to argue against those who condemned the Confucian tradition as submissive.
cairo’s long history and rich heritage are revealed in its many museums
Two aspects of Chinese cultural heritage have achieved worldwide interest and admiration down to present time: art and Confucianism.
Danish ethnologist and Arctic explorer who conducted extensive research on Eskimo culture and heritage .
The quality of wool from these sources depends upon the conditions and heritage of the sheep.
Liszt was the quintessential romantic(Musical Heritage Review)
Lisbon International Exposition: "The Oceans: A Heritage for the Future"
1.(of a plant variety) not hybridized with another; old-fashioned.
‘ _heritage_ roses’
‘They are constructing around existing old-growth trees and _heritage_ plants.’
2.A special or individual possession; an allotted portion.
‘God’s love remains your _heritage_ ’
‘This is your _heritage_ as a baptized Christian, and it is something the Father longs to do for you.’
3.Christians, or the ancient Israelites, seen as God’s chosen people.
4.Denoting a breed of livestock or poultry that was once traditional to an area but is no longer farmed in large numbers.
‘Cotswold sheep are considered a _heritage_ breed in Canada’
5.Denoting a traditional brand or product regarded as emblematic of fine craftsmanship.
‘ _heritage_ brands have found a growing cachet among younger customers’
‘The jacket image was created by award-winning design agency The Partners, who work with some of Britain’s oldest _heritage_ brands including Jaguar, Wedgwood, Harrods, the BBC and The National Gallery.’
6.Denoting or relating to things of special architectural, historical, or natural value that are preserved for the nation.
‘a _heritage_ centre’
‘60 miles of _heritage_ coastline’
7.Property that is or may be inherited; an inheritance.
‘they had stolen his grandfather’s _heritage_ ’
‘For the pluralistic West, universal access to _heritage_ is an individual right.’
8.Valued objects and qualities such as historic buildings and cultural traditions that have been passed down from previous generations.
‘Europe’s varied cultural _heritage_ ’
‘the estuary has a sense of history and _heritage_ ’
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