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|Portuguese term or phrase: caldo de cultura|
|Ainda não é exatamente um aceno quanto a uma lei de direito de acesso – o debate ainda está muito centrado na abertura de documentos sobre abusos ocorridos no período da ditadura. Mas existe um “caldo de cultura” que permite a gradual ampliação do debate.|
|broth of culture|
... To that "broth of culture" it has contributed, doubtlessly, a manipulated and
sectarian history, in this case, of direction nationalist-victimista. ...
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Carta Natal de ABIMAEL Guzman
... would not have occurred the objective conditions, the broth of culture for
the development of the more lethal subversive movement of the world as it ...
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My point is, "culture broth" is far more common than "broth of culture", in spite of the fact that most references to the first are in the field of biology.
Rich in cultural manifestations provoked by its several etnias, the tradition pantaneira forms an alliance with a marvelous contemporary artistic production, creating a vigorous *culture broth*, capable to seduce and to conquer visitors of the most several origins.
The drug problem and organized crime in general undermine institutional frameworks, conspire against democracy, cause governance to deteriorate and plant death and violence. They are a *culture broth* for corruption, eroding judicial systems and hindering the rule of law.
People from all over the world know the great musical *culture broth* that is waiting (So as the African football was) "hidden in the gloom" around the African corner, which calls aloud for ACTION towards its boiling point.
| Henrique Serra|
Local time: 13:07
Native speaker of: Portuguese
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