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  • v. To subject to enculturation.


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  • I would love for this event to enculturate new thinking, new ideas and new appreciation for using open web standards, open web technologies like microformats and OpenID and other non-proprietary web design methodologies.

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  • Parents, correspondingly, have no God-given licence to enculturate their children in whatever ways they personally choose: no right to limit the horizons of their children's knowledge, to bring them up in an atmosphere of dogma and superstition, or to insist they follow the straight and narrow paths of their own faith.

    The God Delusion

  • Lego is, like, the perfect device to enculturate a citizenry intolerant of smell, intestinal by-products, nonadherence to unified standards, decay, blurred edges, germination, and death.


  • We all ended up soaking wet, with Oregon Grape stains on our Dockers by the time we got to the library, and on the way back we read the Riot Act and said that Bug had to stop geeking out and learn to enculturate, and that for his own good he should take the path-and he agreed.


  • As Western Society worthy of the name continues to decline, the barbarism, violence, and victimization of those socieities which, for humanitarian reasons, endured higher taxeation, disparate treatment, and reverse discrimination against their own, in an attempt to make amends and enculturate the other, will only increase.

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  • I'd rather enculturate and train our pastors in how best to teach the canonical narrative of Scripture in their preaching and let them do it than set up a lectionary to attempt that task for them.

    Gen-X Rising

  • I think in the last ten or fifteen years, we've made a real effort to take seriously what it means to enculturate Special Olympics in every place from rural India to Rwanda, to develop the leadership in those countries that can understand the power of this movement and own it and bring it to life in those different contexts, and try to communicate back to all of our donors, athletes, families and volunteers that this is a civil rights movement.

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