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Maasai:

see MasaiMasai
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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Massai argues that, owing in part to the careful strategy of Blount, the folio's paratexts appeal to and arise from the literary patronage network of the Sidney/ Herbert circle.
MORAN GRADUATION: (A voiced EBRU TV report) The Massai community in Kenya is known for its warrior youth.
Hills chief executive Ralph Topping came up with the idea after seeing a similar project on a visit to the Massai area of Northern Serengeti.
Massai mucousMassai mucous uncommon to see the Massai mucous At a Massai wedding in Kenya it is not uncommon to see the bride's father bless his daughter by spitting on her head and breasts before she leaves the village with her new husband.
The Massai men consider it a worthy investment to educate boys instead.
There is a traditional greeting among the Massai of Kenya.
The menu for the party was put together by local restaurant owner Xavier Pinet, who catered the party last year, and chef Thomas Chiarelli, who runs a top restaurant on the island, K'Fe Massai.
Also Sonia Massai, Shakespeare ant the Rise of the Editor (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), 81-87.
The former Third Watch star has a 10-year-old son, Massai Jr.
DRIVEN3 Herd crosses river WARYn Animals mass on banks before trying to cross TARGETn Crocodile moves in on its prey NOn MERCY Giant jaws grip the unlucky animal STanD-oFF J Waterbuck enters in lake as lion attacks River attack Croc grabs wildebeest in Massai Mara park in Kenya
Kalenjin and Massai targeted Kikuyu in the Rift Valley.
2004) mostraram que as forrageiras marandu e massai apresentam boa tolerancia ao sombreamento e alta capacidade produtiva, fato nao observado ao avaliar o comportamento do Paspalum otatum.