• civilization; refinement; cultivation (agriculture); bacteria or germs grown for scientific study (biology)
• expose to culture, cultivate; grow in a controlled environment for scientific study (bacteria, germs, etc.)
• culture consists of the ideas, customs, and art produced by a particular society.
• a culture is a particular society or civilization.
• in science, a culture is a group of bacteria or cells grown in a laboratory as part of an experiment.
• examination of a particular culture
• region dominated by one or several similar cultures
• emotional shock which occurs when a person is adjusting to an unfamiliar culture
• culture shock is a feeling of anxiety, loneliness, and confusion that people sometimes experience when they first arrive in another country.
• way of life followed by the ancient peoples that inhabited the northwestern part of europe
• company's values and customs; professional atmosphere in large corporations and organizations reflected by dress codes or conduct and by the unique style and policies of the corporation or organization, organizational culture
education and culture
• two key aspects of governmental responsibility generally combined within one government ministry
• ancient greek civilization
minister of culture
• government official responsible for cultural matters
minister of education and culture• government official responsible for education ...