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  • adjective Without, or irrespective of, culture (customs and habits).

Etymologies

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a- +‎ cultural

Examples

  • Johnson once told me when I was visiting him and his long-term, constant intellectual partner and wife, Sheila Johnson, that the UCSD School of International Relations and Pacific Studies no longer either really taught international relations or pacific studies -- and that a student's entire first year was focused on acultural skill set development in economics and statistics.

    Steve Clemons: The Impact Today and Tomorrow of Chalmers Johnson

  •  Our time inFijihas been acultural exchangein the best sense of the word.

    Celebrating Difference

  • Johnson once told me when I was visiting him and his long-term, constant intellectual partner and wife, Sheila Johnson, that the UCSD School of International Relations and Pacific Studies no longer either really taught international relations or pacific studies -- and that a student's entire first year was focused on acultural skill set development in economics and statistics.

    Steve Clemons: The Impact Today and Tomorrow of Chalmers Johnson

  • Johnson once told me when I was visiting him and his long-term, constant intellectual partner and wife, Sheila Johnson, that the UCSD School of International Relations and Pacific Studies no longer either really taught international relations or pacific studies -- and that a student's entire first year was focused on acultural skill set development in economics and statistics.

    Steve Clemons: The Impact Today and Tomorrow of Chalmers Johnson

  • As for culture – I like to claim that I am acultural or that all my culture comes from cartoons, plus I know a lot of song lyrics and lines from movies which to me counts as culture.

    Firedoglake » Lieberman Distorts His Record

  • The Sloan had doubted his ability to stoop to the acultural depths of sportscasting.

    Murder Without Icing

  • The addition of a dozen or so newly renovated rooms in the bowels of the Capitol represents acultural shift in the custom-bound institution, made possible by moving a Capitol Police facility from the building's basement into the new, $621 million Capitol Visitor Center.

    ajc.com - News

  • Now to go straight to the heart of the matter, we begin to suspect that an 'acultural language' is something more or less like Kant's 'Thing-in-itself'.

    "MAIN" via Steve in Google Reader

  • What he saw as distinctive of capitalism was the disembedding of markets - and the transformation of 'the economy' into abstract, acultural spaces.

    Kafila

  • What he saw as distinctive of capitalism was the disembedding of markets - and the transformation of 'the economy' into abstract, acultural spaces.

    Kafila

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