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melting pot

America as the home of many races and cultures. [Am. Pop. Culture: Misc.]
See: America
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The Melting Pot guys will be playing some other Levan productions and also tracks that never made it on to the list.
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Claus Meyer, Culinary entrepreneur and creator of The Great Northern Food Hall at Grand Central Station and founder of the Melting Pot Foundation Jean McTavish, Principal, Edward A.
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But more recently it, began to shift its focus on spirits, says Brown, who joined Melting Pot in 2011.
believed that a like-minded group from Mexico had found the solution to social conflict in the idea of the melting pot.
An affiliate of Front Burner Brands, a restaurant management company based in Florida, The Melting Pot, said the 12-unit franchise deal with HCS was the largest in the company's history.
Headliners are Derry's Swanee River, a "melting pot of a melting pot of rock, soul and blues topped off with the ferocious voice of Steve Horner".
Born in 1864, the British playwright wrote a play called The Melting Pot, which featured a romance between a Jewish immigrant and a non-Jewish woman, and which won the approval of President Theodore Roosevelt in October of 1908 for its positive depiction of America.
From Melting Pot to Witch's Cauldron: How Multiculturalism Failed America offers college-level social issues collections a strong assessment of the history of multicultural intentions and its fallacies.
Instead of being identified by a mid-management job and a house in the suburbs, the middle-class heartlands of 21st century UK are made up of a melting pot of people of all colours and religions.
The notion of melting pot has been widely dismissed and ridiculed for the past few decades, and Wilson reminds scholars that it was once reputable and even noble.