Ivan (John), on January 7, the day after Epiphany, known in the Western tradition as Distaff Day.
What does WTRA stand for?
WTRA stands for Western Tradition (course)
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- Weyburn Terrace Residents Association (UCLA)
- Whitemarsh Township Residents Association (Lafayette Hill, PA)
- Whitstable Toy Run Association (UK)
- Wildlife Tree Retention Area (Canada)
- Wisconsin Therapeutic Recreation Association
- Wishing To Remain Anonymous
- Women's Team Roping Association
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Chapters use major artists, writers and thinkers to show that Western traditions can be re-imagined in modern terms.
com Meditation for Multitaskers: Your Guide to Finding Peace Between the Pings comes with a CD of guided exercises and comes from a meditation expert who uses Eastern and Western traditions alike to bring serenity to a daily routine.
Sometimes, this rediscovery of the local is accompanied by outright hostility to the western tradition.
retrieves various key features of the tradition in the face of those theologians who, to his mind, dismiss the Western tradition out of hand.
He focuses on efforts to apply the major theories of Western ethical thought to the treatment of animals, examining both the principles in the recent debate and their predecessors among the major figures in the Western tradition.
On the other hand, in the Western tradition the possibility of valuing and comprehending the intensity of an artistic formation is limited and restricted to the particular scope of a general situation hence the theories and theoreticians right from Aristotle, Longinus, Quintilian, Horace, Coleridge, Eliot, Richards, Sassurre, Barthes, Jakobson, Lacan and Derrida have insisted that the function of an artistic situation must be assessed and determined through primordial forms obtained in the language and the meaning.
Alexander the Great's breaking of Darius III's large Persian and Greek force at Gaugamela in 331 BC evinces the advantages of a Western tradition of decisiveness rather than ritual maneuvering.