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Maasai:

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or Maasai
, a largely nomadic pastoral people of E Africa, chiefly in Kenya and Tanzania. Cattle and sheep form the basis of the economy that they have maintained in resistance to cultural change. The Masai live off the milk, blood, and meat of their livestock.
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But did you know how much Vaseline has been used over the years to stop joggers' nipple, or what Masai warrior runners wear under their robes?
A trip to Moscow brought back a miniature head of Lenin and a day spent in Darasalam on the return journey from Zanzibar saw the couple pick up finely crafted ornaments of Masai warriors.
It's as if the Masai warriors of the past have leapt into the present, exchanging their weaponry for spins and the stalking combat steps from Brazilian capoeira.
DIFFERENT WORLD Masai warriors demonstrate their dancing rituals to visiting soliders.
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Tanzania safari: Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro, hiking through the African bush with Masai warriors and a night on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater are part of a a tour sponsored by Alaskan Wilderness Journeys World Wide Adventures.
Outside their homes inKenya, lions run free and Masai warriors lie in wait.
I had recalled, many years ago when I lived in Africa, how Masai warriors were famed for standing on one leg for hours at a time, proving not that they were particularly young, but that they had very few armchairs.
According to sources, the 'Thriller' hitmaker also hopes to rope in 100 Masai warriors for the 50 gigs at the 02 Arena starting in July.
The rush hour crowds, where as many people walk as go by car or packed mini bus, were dotted with the rangy figures of Masai warriors.
Six Masai warriors from Tanzaniaran wearing traditional clothes and shoes made from car tyres to raise cash for safe drinking water in their home village Elaui.