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tradition-bound

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  • It was the values of Google squaring off against the values of Wall Street, which embodied everything its founders despised about tradition-bound, irrational corporate America.

    In the Plex

  • During my work in telecommunications I've watched a tradition-bound corporation with its feet firmly in the analog/digital world shaken up by the advent of network-based Internet communications.

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  • The new closure for Duval-Leroy is interesting, but I wonder how quickly this will be adopted by larger (read, more tradition-bound) houses.

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  • His anecdotes about disagreements with Sergey and Larry followed a consistent storyline: Schmidt expresses a tradition-bound preconception.

    In the Plex

  • Mr. Kilar, 39, was determined to create an independent corporate culture closer to the tech world than the tradition-bound television business.

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  • Marmo and Smith say the immigration officers justified the tests on the stereotype of south Asian women as "submissive, meek and tradition-bound" and on the "absurd generalisation" that Asian women were always virgins before they married.

    Passport, visa, virginity? A mother's tale of immigration in the 1970s

  • Mr. Persoone is Belgium's most audacious chocolate maker, a self-styled "Shock-o-latier" who has shaken up the kingdom's delicious but tradition-bound world of pralines, cream-filled manons and cognac truffles, by stuffing bite-sized parcels of the finest chocolate with the likes of tobacco leaves, wasabi or fried onions.

    Turning Chocolate on Its Head

  • More photos and interactive graphics Certainly, plenty of college kids choose to spend the evening hanging out with Mom and Dad before Thursday's tradition-bound meal.

    Home for the Holiday, Time to Party

  • Women can still be tradition-bound to ask for their parents' permission in when and where they can go out, if it is not for work, and they are still beholden to pressures from their parents about whom they can marry, or not, and when, said Singh.

    South Asian Women Caught Between Tradition and Modernity

  • Another cop squad, headed by a more tradition-bound detective, persists in a murder investigation that, if success ful, will jeopardize the long-running undercover project.

    Lord Peter Returns

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