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Traditionally and ancient
Traditionally Hinduism has adopted an ancient Sanskrit phrase Vasudha eva kutumbakam,
'" ( Exodus 13: 8 ) Traditionally, families and friends gather in the evening to read the text of the Haggadah, an ancient work derived from the Mishnah ( Pesahim 10 ).
Traditionally it was the King's Island, from where the ancient Maldive Royal dynasties ruled and where the palace was located.
Traditionally, the Archaic period of ancient Greece is taken in the wake of this strong Orientalizing influence during the 8th century BC, which among other things brought the alphabetic script to Greece, marking the beginning of Greek literature ( Homer, Hesiod ).
Traditionally, drum and bugle corps served as signaling units as early as before the American Civil War, with these signaling units having descended in some fashion from ancient drum and fife corps.
Traditionally scholars thought the name originated from the word morea ( μορέα ), meaning morus or mulberry, a tree which, though known in the region from the ancient times, gained value after the 6th century, when silkworms were smuggled from China to Byzantium.
Traditionally, Castlederg was a traveller's stop along the ancient pilgrimage route to Station Island on Lough Derg.
Traditionally, they were passed down orally and adapted from generation to generation by sacred sages called rishis, before eventually emerging written in Vedic, an ancient form of Sanskrit.
Traditionally, ancient Scandinavian hunters skied with one very long ski pole, similar to the pole Svan brought to Seefeld.
Traditionally, it was considered that it's derived from the ancient name, through a reconstructed term, * Argessis.
Traditionally historians date the origin of the hoplite phalanx of ancient Greece to the 8th century BC in Sparta, but this is under revision.
Traditionally, within the spiritualist churches, spirit guides were often stereotyped ethnically, with Native Americans, Chinese or Egyptians being popular for their perceived ancient wisdom.
Traditionally the word used for a succession of teachers and disciples in ancient Indian culture is parampara ( in IAST ).

Traditionally and cut
Traditionally, the " director's cut " is not, by definition, the director's ideal or preferred cut.
Traditionally, " chips " in the British Isles ( and Australia and New Zealand ), are cut much thicker, i. e., are " chipped " from the potatoes and described in some recipes as " chipped potatoes " not simply " chips ", and are typically between 10 and 15 mm ( 3 / 8 – 1 / 2 inches ) wide.
Traditionally, at least in the countryside, the stone from these flows is cut and used in the construction of homes, often in joint use with cement, brick and wood, forming a unique look to the exterior of country houses.
Traditionally the head of the family was sent dressed in his best clothes to cut down an oak, elm, or pear tree.
Traditionally а young man of the family was sent dressed in his best clothes to cut down an oak, elm, or pear tree.
Traditionally, Roman marriages included a ritual where the bride's hair was cut or parted with a spear-some see this as the result of Juno's association with marriage, although other explanations for the ritual are given as well.
Traditionally, the quilter would fold a square piece of fabric into quarters or eighths and then cut out a border design, followed by a center design.
Traditionally, the local people would climb the mountains and cut the fine needle-like leaves from wild rooibos plants.
Traditionally, Lilliputians broke boiled eggs on the larger end ; a few generations ago, an Emperor of Lilliput, the Present Emperor's great-grandfather, had decreed that all eggs be broken on the smaller end after he cut himself breaking the egg on the larger end.
Traditionally, the townspeople carry " birks ", which are small branches of birch trees cut from the woods at the Glenburnie estate.
Traditionally these villages were cut off from the coast due to the lack of good roads, and suffered the effects of poverty and isolation.
Traditionally, canapés are built on stale white bread ( though other foods may be used as a base ), cut in thin slices and then shaped with a cutter or knife.
Traditionally, visual receptive fields were portrayed in two dimensions ( e. g., as circles, squares, or rectangles ), but these are simply slices, cut along the screen on which the researcher presented the stimulus, of the volume of space to which a particular cell will respond.
Traditionally farinata is cut into irregularly shaped triangular slices, and enjoyed ( with no toppings ) on small plates with optional black pepper.
Traditionally, the eight to 12-inch puppet figures, and the stage scenery and props such as furniture, natural scenery, pagodas, halls, and plants are all cut from leather.
Traditionally, a mortise would be cut by hand, using a chisel and mallet.
Traditionally, the long noodles would be eaten without cutting, as they symbolized longevity of life and good health, but servers at restaurants usually ask if the noodles should be cut prior to eating, and use scissors to cut the noodles.
Traditionally the dough is steamed, rolled out, cut into round chips then dried.
Traditionally, a Hindu girl never has her hair cut after the first haircut which generally happens at the age of 11 months ; So the first haircut for the girl is very important because that is the only time they do.
Traditionally, Niuean boys do not cut their hair, which is lovingly cared for by sisters, mothers and fathers.

Traditionally and stone
Traditionally, the corn for grits was ground by a stone mill.
Traditionally this transition was believed to have been driven by the more crude nature of wooden fortifications, the limited life of timber in wooden castles and its vulnerability to fire ; recent archaeological studies have however shown that many wooden castles were as robust and as complex as their stone equivalents.
Traditionally English bone china was made from two parts of bone-ash, one part of kaolin clay and one part china stone, although this has largely been replaced by feldspars from non-UK sources.
Traditionally prepared laboriously ground upon stone mortar, today sambals is also available as industrial processed products in bottles or jars.
Traditionally suikinkutsu are always found near a hand wash basin chōzubachi used for the Japanese tea ceremony, and the suikinkutsu is buried between the basin and the stepping stone next to the basin.
Traditionally it was believed that stone keeps had been adopted because of the cruder nature of wooden buildings, the limited lifespan of wooden fortifications and their vulnerability to fire ; recent archaeological studies have however shown that many wooden castles were as robust and as sophisticated as their stone equivalents.
Traditionally trulli were built using dry stone masonry, i. e. without any mortar or cement.
Traditionally, it has been naturally fermented over years in large earthen pots outdoors, more often on an elevated stone platform, called jangdokdae ( 장독대 ) in the backyard.
Traditionally, the economic activity of the city was based on olive farming, fishing, stone quarries ( which left some of the neighboring landscapes disfigured ), and on handcraft textile.
Traditionally, direct male descendants of Manfredi are called Pietro, Ugo or Flavio-Pietro the foundation stone, Ugo the king of Sicily and Flavio because of Sicily's bright yellow sun.
Traditionally, the Cahto manufactured such articles of stone, bone, horn, wood and skin, as were commonly made in northern California.
Traditionally this had only been performed to reclaim expensive or rare materials such as used brick, dimension stone, and extinct wood.

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