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Malinowski

Bronislaw Kasper . 1884--1942, Polish anthropologist in England and the US, who researched into the sexual behaviour of primitive people in New Guinea and Melanesia
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Malinowski won against Leonard Lance, who was first elected in 2008.View the full article from NJBIZ at http://www.njbiz.com/article/20190103/NJBIZ01/190109961/four-firsttime-nj-dems-sworn-into-us-house-seats.
Some of the students at Prof Malinowski's classes included famous names in the field of anthropology like Audrey Richards, Lucy Mair and Elspeth Huxley.Among Mr Kenyatta's companions at LSE were Prince Peter of Greece and Denmark - who introduced him to aristocratic and cosmopolitan lifestyle - and David Abercrombie, a celebrated British phonetician who collaborated with Mr Kenyatta to raise funds for the defence of blacks causes.
The judge allowed the testimony to play in court as Malinowski underwent extensive mental examination before she testified. 
Effective 1 February 2018, Malinowski brings to his new role more than 30 years of experience in the national pest control industry.
The accounts found in these two chapters provide a summary of life after death in the Trobriands, but they tend to read more like a literature review of Malinowski and olher authors interspersed with some comments extrapolated from Senft's own experience.
In Sri Lanka, Assistant Secretary Malinowski will focus on Sri Lanka's continued progress in meeting the commitments made during last September's UN Human Rights Council session.
"We'll continue to deliver that message and to express our expectations to all the governments with which we work in the region," Malinowski pointed out.
A canoe could also be built by two men, Malinowski observed, but by doing the work in a large group, the job got done much more quickly, and the bonds of community were strengthened as well.
Speaking after the first day of a two-day U.S.-China human rights dialogue in Washington, Tom Malinowski said there was "a growing sense of alarm in the U.S.
The changes could be significant for Rytec, said Jeff Malinowski, director of engineering.