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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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maximum from the same breeding program at Embrapa Beef Cattle were evaluated: A105, A124, A125, A51, A62, A78, B11, B126, B16, B44, B46, B53, B55, B57, B97, C10, C12, C53, C55, DE6, Coloniao, Massai, Mombaca and BRS Zuri.
Y su intento de mostrar rasgos culturales de los massai se queda en una parodia de africano que intenta, siempre de manera primitiva, comunicarse con los sabios blancos.
Pucci N, Caputo R, Mori F, De Libero C, Di Grande L, Massai C, Bernardini R, Novembre E.
Sonia Massai, "Edward Blount, the Herberts, and the First Folio," in Shakespeare's Stationers: Studies in Cultural Bibliography, ed.
Parkinson's long-awaited reed volumes on Civic London until 1558, and a two-volume edition of early modern dramatic paratexts edited by Sonia Massai and the late Thomas L.
Massai, "Preliminary analysis of a high aspect ratio wing with curved planform," in Proceedings of the Associazione Italiana di Aeronautica e Astronautica (AIDAA '09), pp.
In researching its afterlife, Massai is troubled by the way in which Norman's name "had started to disappear from reviews and press releases" (320).
Tavarini S, Degl'Innocenti E, Remorini D, Massai R, Guidi L (2008) Antioxidant capacity, ascorbic acid, total phenols and carotenoids changes during harvest and after storage of Hayward kiwifruit.
The sharp uptick of Os in the plays from the latter 1590s on corroborates a pattern of literariness for the quartos noted by Peter Blayney, Lukas Erne, and Sonia Massai.
In recent years, the work of the German writer Corinne Hofmann (1960-) who wrote Die weisse Massai ("The White Maasai", 1999) about her four-year-long relationship with a Masai man and her stay in 'n manyatta attracted wide attention in Europe.
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To name a few: Shakespeare and the Japanese Stage edited by Takashi Sasayama, Ronnie Mulryne and Margaret Shewring (1998); New Sites for Shakespeare: Theatre, the Audience and Asia by John Russell Brown (1999); Shashibiya: Staging Shakespeare in China by Ruru Li (2003); World- Wide Shakespeares: Local Appropriations in Film and Performance edited by Sonia Massai (2005); and Shakespeare in Culture edited by Bi-qi Beatrice Lei and Ching-Hsi Perng (2012).