Definitions for "New World"
a historical name given to North America (particularly Canada) in the early days of settlement
After Christopher Columbus' historic voyage in 1492, the newly discovered Americas were referred to as the New World by Europeans. (see Old World)
Broadly the world of wine is divided into Old World and New. The New World includes North and South America, Australia and New Zealand. The New World countries have seen explosions in quality and quantity of wine within the last few decades, although some have been producing wine for centuries. The dividing line between New and Old, however, is not as clear-cut as you might think. Where, for instance, does South Africa lie - with it's Old World heritage but it's wonderful New World approach? And what about England - Old or New
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a richly evoked and tender tale from one of the most gifted writers working in English today
Keywords:  song, revue, overworld, medley, victory
a musical revue, a song cycle about these moments
a nice opener, with several of the game's themes rolled into one medley, including the overworld, battle, victory and other songs
a groovy, heavy rocker with a progressive and funky touch
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Keywords:  ages, people, see
a must see for people of all ages