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In Europe and America, a broader movement of " free love " was also emerging from the 1860s among first-wave feminists and radicals of the libertarian left.
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Europe and America
The consciousness it mirrors may have come earlier to Europe than to America, but it is the consciousness that most `` mature '' societies arrive at when their successes in technological and economic systematization propel them into a time of examining the not-strictly-practical ends of culture.
Hans' student days were at a time when Europe was in a new intellectual ferment following the revolutions in America and in France, Germany and Italy were rising from divisive nationalisms and a strong wave of intellectual awareness was sweeping the Continent.
Political interference in Africa and Asia and even in Latin America ( though limited in Latin America by the special interest of the United States as expressed in the Monroe Doctrine, itself from the outset related to European politics and long dependent upon the `` balance of power '' system in Europe ) was necessary in order to preserve both common economic values and the European `` balance '' itself.
The theory of international law, which in the nineteenth century became common to virtually all writers in Europe and America, broke this unity and this universality.
A century of exploration had established that a great land mass, North and South America, lay between Europe and the Indies.
In western Europe and North America, where the level of economic development is higher, grains and other seed products furnish less than one-third of the food consumed.
Next we imagine our blizzard raging over all the land areas of the entire globe -- North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, all covered with peas four feet deep ; ;
Buildings made of sun-dried earth are common in West Asia, North Africa, West Africa, South America, southwestern North America, Spain ( usually in the Mudéjar style ), Eastern Europe and East Anglia, particularly Norfolk, known as ' clay lump.
In modern times, some idioms refer to the ocean in a humorously diminutive way as the Pond, describing both the geographical and cultural divide between North America and Europe, in particular between the English-speaking nations of both continents.
The group includes eight genera and about 85 species distributed in the temperate zones of Europe and Asia, Malaysia, India, Madagascar, Africa and the Pacific, from Australia and New Zealand to South America.
Nobel travelled for much of his business life, maintaining companies in various countries in Europe and North America and keeping a permanent home in Paris from 1873 to 1891.
Rashomon, which premiered in Tokyo in August 1950, and which also starred Mifune, became, on September 10, 1951, the surprise winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and was subsequently released in Europe and North America.
The Industrial Revolution in Western Europe and North America, but perhaps most especially in Great Britain and in New England, led to a proliferation of manufacturing and invention.
Throughout Latin America the word Gringo is also used for any foreigner from the United States, Canada, or Europe, however the true sense of the word is any foreigner.
Through the late 1970s and early 1980s, the group's popularity continued to grow ( although they were always more popular in North America and Continental Europe than in their home country, never achieving a UK Top 40 single or Top 20 album ).
Chartier's typical undergraduate course focuses upon the making, remaking, dissemination, and reading of texts in early modern Europe and America.
The largest species are red alder ( A. rubra ) on the west coast of North America, and black alder ( A. glutinosa ), native to most of Europe and widely introduced elsewhere, both reaching over 30 m. By contrast, the widespread Alnus viridis ( green alder ) is rarely more than a 5 m tall shrub.
It is a popular snack sold in Mexico, sometimes mixed with chocolate or puffed rice, and its use has spread to Europe and parts of North America.
Carnegie was so proud of " Dippi " that he had casts made of the bones and plaster replicas of the whole skeleton donated to several museums in Europe and South America.
Europe and broader
Bloch's article, " The Advent and Triumph of the Watermill in Medieval Europe ," incorporates these approaches by investigating the connections between technology and broader social issues.
The resulting space is often seen in old city centers of Europe even to this day, as broader streets often outline where the old wall once stood ( evident for example in Prague and Florence, Italy ).
The new nomenclature suggests a broader geographical coverage and a growing attention to the relationships between Europe and the wider world.
The term " Moors " has also been used in Europe in a broader sense to refer to anyone of Arab or African descent.
Similarities are usually higher among creoles derived from related languages, such as the languages of Europe, than among broader groups that include also creoles based on non-Indo-European languages ( like Nubi or Sango ).
Canada's Medicare system and most of the UK's NHS general practitioner and dental services, which are systems where health care is delivered by private business with partial or total government funding, fit this broader definition, as do the health care systems of most of Western Europe.
In Mainland Europe, some scholars have suggested Glass-Steagall should be a model for any in-depth reform of bank regulation: notably in France where SFAF and World Pensions Council ( WPC ) banking experts have argued that " a new Glass-Steagall Act " should be viewed within the broader context of separation of powers in European Union law.
In a broader sense, folk rock includes later similarly-inspired musical genres and movements in the English-speaking world ( and its Celtic and Filipino fringes ) and, to a lesser extent, elsewhere in Europe.
Black blocs gained broader media attention outside Europe during the 1999 anti-WTO demonstrations, when a black bloc damaged property of GAP, Starbucks, Old Navy, and other multinational retail locations in downtown Seattle.
In some cases, the rights of consumers in Europe and the US are in fact significantly broader than described in such warnings.
What is usually called a repeater in amateur radio is called a broadcast translator ( different channel ) or booster ( same channel ) in American broadcasting, or the much broader category or rebroadcasters in Canadian broadcasting ( which includes more than just the low-power broadcasting used in the U. S .) Boosters are used only within the broadcast range of the parent station, and serve the same function locally as regional and national single-frequency networks do in Europe.
Apart from many fresh intellectual ideas and innovations ( for the Slovenian circumstances and intellectual coordinates, but very likely also in a wider sense ) Taja Kramberger has written many critical articles on various aspects of Slovenian history, cultural life, but also on broader European History and culture, e. g. on Spanish Civil War, different models of Enlightenment in Europe and the recurrent Enlightenment features in the works of Anton Tomaž Linhart, on epistemic divergence between Enlightenment's and Historismus's: de: Historismus ( Geschichtswissenschaft ) paradigms of historiography, on anthropology of translation, history of university and the formation of university habitus: fr: Habitus ( sociologie ), on literary and cultural fields: fr: Pierre Bourdieu # Théorie des champs in the 1930s in Slovenia ( by then partially covered by the administrative unit of Dravska banovina ) and on the role of women in the constitution of these fields etc.
The wider culture of Europe has also influenced British culture, and Humanism, Protestantism and representative democracy developed from broader Western culture.
Caroline Malone ( 2001 ) also states that henges did not occur in the rest of Western Europe, but they developed from a broader tradition of enclosure to become " a phenomenon of the British Isles, a native tradition with sophisticated architecture and calendrical functions.
Although these troubles were continuing to trouble John in Rome, he was still able to participate and influence broader ecclesiastical and political questions across Europe.
Danylo's dynasty also attempted to gain papal and broader support in Europe for an alliance against the Mongols, but proved unable of competing with the rising powers of centralised Great Duchy of Lithuania and Poland.
In continental Europe, secondary action is generally lawful and the right to strike is seen as a part of broader political freedom.
OTEGLOBE is the only carrier in the broader SE European region, which reaches Western Europe through Greece with two fully owned, geographically diverse dual path, multi-wavelength networks, the GWEN & the TBN.
* the 6th millennium BC or later in Northern Europe according to Lothar Kilian's and, especially, Marek Zvelebil's models of a broader homeland ;
The town is an important railway junction, as Spain's mainline trains use a broader gauge than continental Europe, with the French railway network finishing here on the banks of the Bidasoa.
Lemkin's broader concerns over genocide, as set out in his " Axis Rule in Occupied Europe ", also embraced what may be considered as non-physical, namely, psychological acts of genocide which he personally defined as:
The first known usage of the term ' Southeast Europe ' was by Austrian researcher Johann Georg von Hahn ( 1811 – 1869 ) as broader term than the traditional Balkans.
A group of clones derived by crossing ' Italica ' with P. nigra ssp betulifolia at the Plantières Nursery near Metz in France in 1884 ; they are similar to ' Italica ' ( and often mistaken for it ) but with a slightly broader crown, and better adapted to the cool, humid climate of northwest Europe, where the true Lombardy poplar does not grow well.
The organization changed its name to Upper Deck International in 2008, reflecting an increasingly broader outlook than Europe alone.