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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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Experiencing these cultures first hand, whether in school with an unforgettable performance from Maasai Warriors, or visits overseas such as volunteering abroad, is a much better way of learning than just reading about them in a book or watching on a screen.
Last month, Maasai warriors performed their tribal dance in front of 400 pupils at the school, which has campuses in Ashington, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea and Lynemouth.
He had come to participate in a graduation ceremony for Maasai warriors, something he'd been working toward since boyhood.
The young Maasai warriors standing behind Kantaku exchanged curious glances.
On the initial two-week trip, she befriended a Maasai chief called Winston, who told her that women couldn't become Maasai warriors because they weren't brave enough or strong enough to do what the men could do.
KENYA Maasai Warriors from the Laikipia region during a training session before heading to South Africa for the Last Man Stands World Championships - a T-20 event.
Cultural dances are normally practiced by the Maasai warriors and young girls from the age of 9 to 10, usually at night.
Norton turned up because Puma recently sponsored his New York Marathon run, which he did with three Maasai warriors and 26 other Puma-sponsored runners, to support the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust.
The overall team of 30 runners comprises Norton and his celebrity illusionist friend David Blane and singer Alanis Morrisette; Maasai Warriors in traditional dress; and business people from RMJM, an international architecture and design firm, and AECOM Technology Corporation.
She's running for charity with some Maasai warriors.
The country, famed for its Maasai warriors, certainly boasts more wildlife, culture and charm than most European destinations.
Celebs, elite athletes and a group of Maasai warriors were among the champs who pounded the streets in front of 250,000 cheering fans.