As you must be a rather cultivated person to be reading this section of the paper, you probably have your own idea of Ovid and his Metamorphoses.
The idea was to rationalize and redefine retailing by distributing goods in a cultivated manner: efficiently, honestly, and cleanly.
Though there were many individual exceptions, the broad middle class which carried so much weight in mid-nineteenth century Europe was educated but not cultivated .
At the age of 24, he began writing about a gloriously talented baseball team for a cultivated newspaper during the golden age of the American summer game.
The cultivated reader is shouted down by his big rude pictures.
Here it survives to this day as an event on the calendar of every cultivated person.
He is a highly cultivated man who speaks seven languages and has completed a post-graduate research in astrophysics.
At Scarborough, by contrast, you are encouraged to find confirmation of the kind of cultivated person you might like to think you are.
Hamilton was educated in the elitist qualities of Scotland's early improvers who tended to equate cultivated manners with moral virtue.
When the ship reached Sydney, the lovers eloped, retreating to the bush, where they ensured that the children born were imbued with cultivated manners and tastes.