tradition

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  • This has been established as a tradition and takes place every year.
  • This long-standing tradition is thought to bring health and youth to young girls.
  • The house system is a long standing tradition throughout the school's history.
  • International week is another long-running tradition where several countries are observed in one week.
  • We are not bringing something new into a twenty-five hundred-year-old tradition.
  • Italy has a long and successful tradition in individual sports as well.
  • However, a number of early groups have had broad influence on the tradition.
  • This use of a set order of service is not unlike the Catholic tradition.
  • Even though dance traditions may be limited to one cultural group, they all develop.
  • It has also come under the influence of Irish religious tradition.
  • People from different traditions should keep their own, rather than change.
  • She is bound by tradition to wear black and avoid conversation with young men.
  • Even within a single country many local areas have their own unique burial traditions.
  • Italian fashion has a long tradition, and is regarded as one of the most important in the world.
  • He appears in the tradition as one who, from the beginning, had followed a religion established long ago.
  • Indian classical music is one of the oldest musical traditions in the world.
  • A similar tradition continues even in English-speaking areas, especially in rural districts.
  • Also the name of the position split in several branches of Western tradition, see below.
  • The list below are some of the traditions unique to or started by the academy.
  • Chinese law is one of the oldest legal traditions in the world.
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