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culture-creating

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  • They see viral video as innovative, far-reaching and culture-creating; all while being virtually free to produce.

    Viral Video - The Virtual Unicorn - PHD's Aimee Duell - MediaBizBlogger

  • For thus it destroys to all intents and purposes the premise for the survival of this culture which it did not create, but which is the fruit of a culture-creating nationality safeguarded by a living integration through the state.

    Mein Kampf

  • The Laplander, brought to the south, would be no more culture-creating than the Eskimo.

    Mein Kampf

  • If, without any ancient world, they had come to the more favorable regions of the south, and if the material provided by lower peoples had given them their first technical implements, the culture-creating ability slumbering within them would have grown into radiant bloom just as happened, for example, with the Greeks.

    Mein Kampf

  • But this primeval culture-creating force itself arises in turn not from the northern climate alone.

    Mein Kampf

  • For a denial of the difference between the various races with regard to their general culture-creating forces must necessarily extend this greatest of all errors to the judgment of the individual.

    Mein Kampf

  • Our present political world view, current in Germany, is based in general on the idea that creative, culture-creating force must indeed be attributed to the state, but that it has nothing to do with racial considerations, but is rather a product of economic necessities, or, at best, the natural result of a political urge for power.

    Mein Kampf

  • We must redesign it to bring costs down while we preserve the culture-creating and civilizing good that flows from it, by taking these steps:

    NYT > Home Page

  • The idea of a culture-creating people of military and cultural superiority who conquered different parts of the world, particulary european, conquering and displacing the darker 'old european 'peoples (alpines, mediterranenas, dinarics etc) sometimes dubbed' medish 'became popular amongst romantic thinkers of the nineteenth century.

    totse.com

  • Now Disney is giving it another go by revving up the full power of its culture-creating engines.

    RutlandHerald.com

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