from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, involving, or representing different cultures: an intercultural marriage; intercultural exchange in the arts.
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- adj. of, relating to, or between different cultures
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Intermediate in the process of cultivation.
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Of course, the creation of the Islamic Empire, like the creation of the Roman Empire, had hardly been a study in intercultural tolerance.
Learning Spanish will help those legal professionals who accept Spanish-speaking clients to be more effective, competent and ethical practitioners who can handle client matters in intercultural and cross-linguistic situations.
Finally, short-term intercultural exchanges are examined andused to suggest some of the potential practical uses of cross-cultural research for the future.
CSUTCB; the "Bartolinas," a peasant women's confederation confederation; the colonisers confederation, CSCB (now know as intercultural communities, CSCIB) and the coca growers of the
“objectivity” amounts to in this connection, let us notice that in Husserl's eyes something like empathy also forms the basis of both our practical, aesthetical and moral evaluations and of what might be called intercultural understanding, i.e., the constitution of a
(Most US troops there and elsewhere in Central Asia and the Middle East, I'm willing to bet, think they're on planet Mars, despite their so-called, much-hyped "intercultural" training.)
(Most U.S. troops there and elsewhere in Central Asia and the Middle East, I'm willing to bet, think they're on planet Mars, despite their so-called, much-hyped "intercultural" training.)
Like so many others (the Ali al-Timimi case, for example), this story involves a kind of intercultural struggle.
The exhibition as part of the Intercultural Art Dialogue can trace its roots to 2008 when the European Commission began to emphasize "intercultural" activities.
Each participant will be supported throughout the various stages of training and will receive guidance and mentoring on possible challenges, such as intercultural relationships, personal problem solving and integration into the work force.
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