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of or relating to the style of jazz originating in New Orleans, characterized by collective improvisation by a front line of trumpet, trombone, and clarinet accompanied by various rhythm instruments
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Traditionality represents the personal recognition of Chinese traditional values that include obedience to authority, filial piety and ancestral respect, and peace and stability.
What is amiss with Baako, however, might be his innate incapacity to expect people's traditionality (resistance) as part of his historical fate.
Jovanovic entered the waters of engaged drama and theatre, which rejected any kind of traditionality as well as any ideology already in the 1960s, with Norci [Madmen].
Traditionality, which is founded on perpetual critique, does not seek to perpetuate itself.
Individual differences in children's occupational aspirations as a function of parental traditionality. Sex Roles, 64, 117-131.
(2005), "Traditionality Matters: An Examination of the Effectiveness of Transformational Leadership in the United States and Taiwan", Journal of Organizational Behavior, 26(3): 205-27.
The second change to this section involves a new component (inserted into both the men's section and the women's section) about the 'traditionality' of ceremonial performance.
This title may seem contradictory at first glance, for globalization could be viewed as quite the antithesis of traditionality. Such ambiguity led to the 'Crossroads' conference in Ireland almost two decades ago, as a response to frustration that had built up with the move of big business into Irish-Traditional music.
The first fruit set on the trees on the vigorous rootstocks that are traditionality used in sweet cherry growing occur at fourth year or fifth after planting.
Spreitzer, Gretchen M., Kimberly Hopkins Perttula, and Katherine Xin (2005), "Traditionality Matters: An Examination of the Effectiveness of Transformational Leadership in the United States and Taiwan," Journal of Organizational Behavior 26(3): 205-227.
Harris (2002), "Young Adults' Attitudes toward Multiple Role Planning: The Influence of Gender, Career Traditionality, and Marriage Plans," Journal of Vocational Behavior 60: 405-421.