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Bushman

1. a member of a hunting and gathering people of southern Africa, esp the Kalahari region, typically having leathery yellowish skin, short stature, and prominent buttocks
2. any language of this people, belonging to the Khoisan family
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BUSHMAN is a confident selection to handle the step up to Listed class in his stride in the William Ewart Properties Gala Stakes at Sandown today.
Van der Post describes his journey as "a search for some pure remnant of the unique and almost vanished First People of my native land, the Bushman of Africa" (2002: 11).
In these essays, Bushman tries variously to defend belief to scholars, to justify scholarship to believers, to tease out the relationship that his faith has had with his academic career, and to limn the ways believing historians might practice their craft.
The Bushman Cafe, a verdant venue with hotel and restaurant, provided several movie theatres.
Bushman argues that, well into the nineteenth century, farmers were governed by two basic ideas.
The Battle Horse Bushman is best described as a camp knife: one large enough to serve as a shelter builder, hardcore field tasker and butchering.
Meanwhile, Walton is serving beef with an indigenous Australian twist on October 2, from 7.30pm-11pm as well as the 'Saturday Lazy Lunch' on October 29, from1pm - 4pm at Bushman's Restaurant & Bar.
"We really haven't had much research looking at video games, which are an increasingly popular form of entertainment," notes Bushman, who maintains the implications for companies are clear.
Like every bushman I have ever known Jan could literally run while tracking an animal.
"National Storage Tank called us and asked us to put the word out to accredited sanctuaries and rescues in northern California that they had water tanks to donate on a semi-regular basis starting with a 5050 Gallon Bushman tank.
Historical sources attest to the presence of both hunter-gatherer (known variously as Bushman, San and Sonqua) and pastoralist (Khoekhoen) societies in the south-western Cape (South Africa) at the time of colonial contact, and much debate has focused on unravelling the spread of pastoralism that must have underpinned this situation.
Way of the Bushman As Told By the Tribal Elders: Spiritual Teachings and Practices of the Kalahari Jul'hoansi is told in the Bushman's own words and provides a series of insightful teachings on how they receive direct transmissions of God's words through the universal life force.