- n. Plural form of tradition.
“Rather than seeing these oral traditions as discrete historical experiences, historians interpret such foundation traditions as symbolic templates for examining the general historical processes of transforming small-scale polities into larger kingdoms.”
“_ The dear old traditions, -- they are indeed _traditions_.”
“One of the happiest of our traditions is the presence of our Honorary Vice-President, the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, at our annual Christmas party.”
“The second is what you call your traditions, your belief in wasting human life.”
“Life, within many Christian and Islamic traditions is a mixture of actuality and potentiality.”
“In this case, Horn doesn't so much lean on the "literature of a former era" (she actually takes this as part of her subject, and her examination of Jewish artistic/literary traditions is one of the more compelling aspects of the novel) as on this set of presently-established conventions, themselves a product of "modern" storytelling practices but, as I have been contending, now urgently in need of reexamination.”
“But there were certain traditions of hospitality that prevented Sheldon from breathing a hint that it was time for his guest to take himself off.”
“Among their ancient traditions is making wine, in a way that has changed little since the time of the Roman Empire.”
“In major religious traditions, is happiness a good thing, or bad?”
“Post-modernism is about rejecting tradition, but I am interested in traditions and in processes and transformations, whether in materials or in societies, and in questioning why a process exists," she says.”
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