adhere to traditional

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  • She learned how to adhere to traditional color arrangements rather than mixing them to create new combinations.
  • Homes from the early 20th century also adhere to traditional forms with American Foursquare style being prevalent.
  • In contrast, November Steps does not adhere to traditional western concepts of musical form, but takes the view that each sound is the focus of attention.
  • Attendance need not adhere to traditional time conventions however; Affording flexibility to students and families not typically available in traditional educational settings.
  • He began creating music which did not adhere to traditional Western tonality, but which instead consisted of static, minimalist pieces for electric piano inspired by Eastern music.
  • He did not adhere to traditional typography rules, but used the basic principles of constructivism and "De Stijl" in his commercial work.
  • Many of the religious laws which applied in ancient times are applied in the modern State of Israel; others have not been revived, since the State of Israel does not adhere to traditional Jewish law.
  • Representatives of various totems or gentes may therefore be found upon a single reservation, where they continue to adhere to traditional customs and beliefs, thus presenting an interesting field for ethnologic research. Cited from The Mide'wiwin or "Grand Medicine Society" of the Ojibwa, by Hoffman
  • Conversely, benevolent sexism protects women who adhere to traditional gender roles, such as housewives and secretaries.
  • Most Quechua families adhere to traditional forms of food, music, and dress, yet still have cell phones and typically raise Guinea Pigs and other farm animals in their farms.
  • Profit's investment philosophy is similar to traditional value strategies that look for fundamentally undervalued companies; however, he does not adhere to traditional price-to-earnings and price-to-book ratios.
  • Both parties adhere to traditional orthodox Marxism-Leninism and support, for example, North Korea as an anti-imperialist bastion.
  • It is a development of traditional Japanese renga and renku, but unlike these it does not adhere to traditional strictures on length, rhythm, and diction.
  • However, over the course of the band's career its members became noted for their refusal to adhere to traditional music industry practices; including refusing to make music videos and engaging in a much-publicized boycott of Ticketmaster.
  • As Gracie's parents were most likely both products of what is now referred to as the Silent Generation (children born during the Great Depression and World War II), they would have been raised to adhere to traditional gender roles.
  • "A Supermarket in California" is a prose poem with an irregular format that does not adhere to traditional poetic form including stanza and rhyme scheme.
  • She is also seen to often adhere to traditional values, and is overwhelmed when Fritz talks of having children after her pregnancy scare in season 2, because "they aren't married yet, and there's a certain order to things."
  • Christianity was introduced in southern Madagascar beginning in the late 19th century, predominantly by Lutheran missionaries; this remains the predominant form of Christianity among the Antandroy, although most continue to adhere to traditional beliefs.
  • Many of these adhere to traditional tribal religions, often syncretized with one or more of the major religious traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and/or Christianity, and often under ongoing pressure of cultural assimilation.
  • Most of the Sevas require the pilgrims to adhere to traditional dressing norms: dhoti around the waist and uttariya (upper cloth) on the shoulder for men and saree salwar for women.