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Contemporary and Slovak
Contemporary Slovak cuisine is widely influenced by various world cuisines and uses many different ingredients, spices and industrially processed foods.

Contemporary and society
Contemporary scientific research suggests that the majority of the human population is bisexual, adhering to a fluid sexual scale rather than a category, as Western society typically views sexual nature.
Contemporary Australia is a pluralistic society, rooted in liberal democratic traditions-in which informality and egalitarianism are seen as key societal values.
" Contemporary society may be described as a knowledge society based on the extensive penetration of all its spheres of life and institutions by scientific and technological knowledge " ( Stehr 2002b: 18 ).
Contemporary research has primarily focused on different strategies of acculturation and how variations in acculturation affect how well individuals adapt to their society.
Contemporary phenomena such as hikikomori and parasite singles are seen as examples of late Japanese culture's growing problem of the new generation growing up unable to deal with the complexities of honne – tatemae and pressure of an increasingly materialist society.
Contemporary readers also enjoyed these novels because they gave a glimpse into the life of important society figures.
Contemporary political sociology involves, but is not limited to, the study of the relations between state and society.
Contemporary political sociology takes these questions seriously, but it is concerned with the play of power and politics across societies, which includes, but is not restricted to, relations between the state and society.
Contemporary society found his behaviour scandalous.
Giddens replied that a structural principle is not equivalent with rules, and pointed to his definition from A Contemporary Critique of Historical Materialism: " Structural principles are principles of organisation implicated in those practices most " deeply " ( in time ) and " pervasively " ( in space ) sedimented in society ", and described structuration as a " mode of institutional articulation " with emphasis on the relationship between time and space and a host of institutional orderings including, but not limited to, rules.
Contemporary Irish fiction has moved to reflect the changes in the society that produces it.
Contemporary Kannada literature has been highly successful in reaching people of all classes in society.
Contemporary archaeologists have no direct proof of gender relations on the island at this time, although most believe that it was probably a male-dominated society, in keeping with all recorded societies that practice large-scale animal husbandry.
Contemporary students of Hindu society understand Varna as an ancient fourfold arrangement of socioeconomic categories called the varnas, which is traced back to an oral tradition preserved in the Rigveda ( dating perhaps from between 1500 and 1200 bce ).
Contemporary archaeologists have no direct proof of gender relations on the island at this time, although most believe that it was probably a male-dominated society, in keeping with all recorded societies that practice large-scale animal husbandry.
Contemporary belief structures have changed Gwich ’ in society however.
Contemporary archaeologists have no direct proof of gender relations on the island at this time, although most believe that it was probably a male-dominated society, in keeping with all recorded societies that practice large-scale animal husbandry.
Contemporary Indian society is depicted in a very real fashion, without glorifying it so that it has the effect of being ' in-your-face '.
Contemporary Western society uses shame as one modality of control, but its primary dependence rests on guilt, and, when that does not work, the criminal justice system.
* Clatterbaugh, Kenneth, 1990, Contemporary perspectives on masculinity: men, women, and politics in modern society, Colorado & Oxford: Westview Press
Contemporary reviewers, suspicious of the numerous solecisms contained within the text, eventually identified the young Disraeli ( who did not move in high society ) as the author.
Contemporary historians note the changes in how mestizo de sangley fared in Philippine society.
Contemporary society gossip suggested that he demanded these as a return for his services.

Contemporary and combines
The album nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop / Contemporary Gospel Album, combines the pop style of his previous recordings with the religious feel of his two releases in that genre.
Contemporary Australian cuisine combines British and indigenous origins with Mediterranean and Asian influences.
Contemporary Thai art often combines traditional Thai elements with modern techniques.
Contemporary Thai art often combines traditional Thai elements with modern techniques.
In May 2010, New Amsterdam released a follow-up, a 2-CD set entitled Someone Will Take Care of Me, which combines two song-cycles performed by Dargel with live musicians most usually associated with contemporary classical music performance: On Removable Parts, he is joined by pianist Kathleen Supové, and on Thirteen Near-Death Experiences he is joined by members of the International Contemporary Ensemble and composer / drummer David T. Little.

Contemporary and elements
Contemporary Christian worship, as often found in Evangelicalism and Pentecostalism, may include the use of contemporary worship music played with electric guitars and the drum kit, sharing many elements with rock music.
Contemporary genre hybrids with world music elements naturally proliferate in proportion to the globalization of music culture on the whole.
Contemporary icons and rituals, however, have evolved to include elements reflective of Canada and the Canadian monarchy.
Contemporary R & B originated in the 1980s, when musicians started adding disco-like beats, high-tech production, and elements of hip hop, soul and funk to rhythm and blues, making it more danceable and modern.
Contemporary R & B originated in the 1980s, when musicians started adding disco-like beats, high-tech production, and elements of hip hop, soul and funk to rhythm and blues, making it more danceable and modern.
Contemporary aloha shirts may have prints that do not feature any traditional Hawaiian quilt or floral designs and instead may have such elements as automobiles, drinks, sports team logos, or other elements arranged in the same pattern as a traditional aloha shirt.
Contemporary dance emerged in the 1950s as a dance form combining elements of modern dance and classical ballet.
Contemporary terrace gardens, in addition to being in the garden and landscape, often occur in urban areas and are terrace architecture elements that extend out from an apartment or residence at any floor level other than ground level.
Contemporary physical design software will occasionally also make significant modifications ( such as replacing logic elements with equivalent elements that have a higher or lower drive strength ) to the netlist.
Certain common structuring elements for Sukuk were criticised by Sheik Muhammad Taqi Usmani President of the Shariah Council of the Accounting and Auditing Organisation for Islamic Financial Institutions ( AAOIFI ) in a paper entitled " Sukuk and their Contemporary Applications " released in November 2007.
Hip hop soul is sub-genre of Contemporary R & B which fuses R & B, neo soul and dance elements with hip hop.
Although it may have elements of the former KCMG, KHHT had not tilted all the way back to Rhythmic Oldies or Urban AC as most of the music are in line with other soft-leaning Rhythmic Adult Contemporary outlets in nature.
The JRTC is one of the United States Army ’ s three “ Dirt ” Combat Training Centers resourced to train infantry brigade task forces and their subordinate elements in the Joint Contemporary Operational Environment.

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