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Adit
   is   
The Horizonal Entrance to a Mine
As opposed to a vertical shaft
Adit
   means   
Mine Entrance
Gumboots
   is/are   
Traditional Footwear Worn by Kiwi Farmers.
Also used in the famous gumboot throwing contests held at School sports days and agricultural days.
148
   refers to   
Liberalism, Eclecticism, Traditionalism
Allais Paradox
   states that   
A Change in a Possible Outcome Which is Shared by Different Alternatives Affects People's Choices Among Those Alternatives, in Contradition With Expected Utility Theory
Niddy-Noddy
   is   
Traditional Way to Wind a Skein and Measure Yarn
Myth
   is   
A Traditional Story Designed to Explain the Mysteries of Life
Sunday
   in Hindi is   
Adityavar
Or Ravivar
Ecclesiolatry
   is the worship of   
Church Tradition and Form
Ghana
   is the site of   
Asante Traditional Buildings
Conservatism
   believes in the theory   
Maintaining Political and Social Traditions
Leo Dillon
   won for   
Ashanti to Zulu: African Traditions (1977)
Obi
   is   
A Traditional Japanese Sash
Can be used with a kimono.
Cadit Quastio
   means   
The Question Drops
The Hierophant
   represents   
Law, Tradition, Respect
Major Arcana
Shuadit
   was spoken in   
France
In Mexico, Bullfights Are Traditionally Held on Sundays
   is   
True
Ketjak
   is described as a   
Traditional Balinese Dance Accompanied by Male Chorus
Spots and Dots
   means   
Traditional Set of Childhood Diseases - Measles, Mumps, and Chicken Pox
ARIZONA
   means   
No Antiradition Missile (ARM) Ordance Remaining
Aida Cloth
   is   
Cloth Traditionally Used for Cross-stitch
MAGNUM
   means   
Launch of Friendly Antiradition Missile
DEVO
   released the album   
New Traditionalists (1981)
Of Mice and Men (1939)
   has the tagline   
Unbridled "realism" Defying Every Tradition of the Screen!
Traditionalists
   is missing from the title of   
New ___
DEVO (1981)
Coddle
   can be described as   
A Dish Traditionally Associated With Dublin, Ireland
Reputedly a favourite dish of Dean Jonathan Swift and appears in several Dublin literary references including the works of James Joyce.
Kabuki, Commedia Dell’Arte, Noh
   are all   
Japanese & Italian Traditional Theater






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