Bubis

Bubis

 

(also, Ediye), a people living on the island of Fernando Póo, in the Gulf of Guinea. Population, more than 30,000 (1967 estimate). The Bubi language belongs to the northwestern group of the Bantu language family and is very similar to the language of the Duala people, who are related to the Bubis. The religion is Christianity (Catholicism). The chief occupations are farming and gathering the fruit of the African oil palm; some of the Bubis work on plantations owned by Europeans (cacao, coffee, peanut, and so forth).

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El caso de los bubis en la isla de Bioko, su historia colonial y poscolonial asi como sus recientes intervenciones en el Foro Permanente de Cuestiones Indigenas (ONU-Nueva York) reclamando sus derechos, serviran para ilustrar los argumentos de Juanena.
25) Los dos debates con el mayor impacto en cuanto a esa tematica han sido la llamada disputa de los historiadores (1985/86) y el debate entre Martin Walser e Ignatz Bubis en 1998.
Asombrado de que el narrador no tenga una maquina de escribir, Bubis le envia una de regalo y con ella avanza Archimboldi a lo largo de libros y viajes: "A veces se acercaba a las tiendas que vendian ordenadores y les preguntaba a los vendedores como funcionaban", dice el narrador, "pero siempre, en el ultimo minuto, se echaba atras, como un campesino receloso con sus ahorros".
A 2002 study conducted by Professor Gerald Bubis, Founder and Professor Emeritus of the School of Jewish Communal Service at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles, in conjunction with the American Jewish Committee, researched the cost of Jewish living in America.
En esta entrevista el Profesor Bolekia Boleka comenta sobre su proceso de exilio, su cultura matriarcal bubi y los retos de supervivencia que la lengua y tradiciones orales bubis confrontan.
Ejemplo 4: Vease tambien: la historia de la senora Gottieb, sirvienta del editor Bubis, que lo ayuda a huir de la Alemania nazi (Bolano, 2005: 1006).
Flocks of blue-footed bubis (their webbed feet really are bright blue) feed their cute, fluffy-white chicks, which look like they are made out of cotton wool.
Michelle Bubis, a spokeswoman for Israeli human rights group B'tselem, said the details of the incident were still unclear.
Michelle Bubis, a spokesperson for B'tselem, told Al Jazeera that the emergence of the new photographs suggests that these "are not isolated incidents.
Bubis stated that, according to traditionalists, the timeless Jewish values are what have survived modernization of Judaism.
Y asi, de nalgas o culo nos vamos a pompis, nachas, trasero, asentaderas o gluteos; de pene a pito, pajarito, pirrin, pirinola, platano, chaflan o hasta <<tu d'ese>>; o bien, de tetas a chichis, bubis, pechos, pechonalidad o busto.
Ignaz Bubis, who became chairperson of the Central Council of Jews upon the death of Galinski in 1992, recognized the validity of these criticisms.