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elemental

1. of or relating to atmospheric forces, esp wind, rain, and cold
2. of, relating to, or denoting a chemical element
3. Rare a spirit or force that is said to appear in physical form
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On the contrary, anthrolopology in 20th century criticised this method as elementalism and evaluated the systemicity of culture and clarify the relation among cultural elements.
At this point you remember that the Bolles-Wilson manner is soundly based on the broad church of Modernist elementalism that Peter learned at the hand of Elia Zenghelis, and Julia at the hand of the Egon Eiermann aficionados who would have taught her in Karlsruhe.
Peopled by Amerindians before Columbus, the islands today manifest a vigorous and dynamic mix of European plantocracy, British order, Asian complexity and African elementalism.