Negrito


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Negrito:

see PygmyPygmy
or Pigmy
, term used for dark-skinned people who live in equatorial rain forests and average less than 59 in. (150 cm) in height. Some studies make a distinction between Negrillos, who live in Africa, and Negritos, who live in Southeast Asia, New Guinea, and the
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Considering the thesis of the "African origin" not convincing enough, he suggested that the Black people were not Negroid from Africa but Negrito from Nan Hai (south sea, present Southeast Asia).
The Batu 'Rem is a pillar that supports the upper world and appears frequently in Negrito stories (1927a: 104).
Se propoe a investigar os tipos de recursos visuais utilizados nos livros didaticos contemporaneos para o ensino-aprendizagem de vocabulario, uma vez que a concepcao contemporanea de recursos visuais nao se encontra mais limitada a figuras ou imagens, como explicitado na introducao, mas e mais abrangente contemplando tambem recursos graficos, tais como o negrito, o sublinhado, o italico, os tamanhos e tipos diferentes de fontes, entre outros.
As células em destaque (texto negrito e fundo escuro) indicam as condições favoráveis à não rejeição dos modelos estatísticos obtidos para cada um dos "conhecimentos acadêmicos", o que valida as conclusões que se seguirão sobre as relações de dependência de cada um, objeto principal deste trabalho.
Centuries after the Bible story, people from the continent of Africa-places that today are the countries of Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Gambia, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Cote D'Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo, Zaire, and Angola, were given new names by the empire: Negro, Negrito, Moreno, Prieta, Negress, Nigra, Nigger, Colored, Black, Coons, Sambo, Jungle Bunny, Boy, Girl, Uncle and Manny.
She developed a keen interest in the theories then circulating about the origins of the Aborigines (notably, Mathew's theory of successive Negrito, Malayan and Papuan migrations and the idea of a lost southern hemisphere continent of Limuria), their occupation of the Australian continent, and such fashionable questions as the practice of group marriage.
A pair of Indians serve as commentators to the battle, which neither man wants to be engaged in, but which leaves the Gran Negrito dead nonetheless.
His partners are virtuosi too - Kiko Ruiz on flamenco guitar and Negrito Trasante on drums.
The term negrito is so endearing to us, it's what wives call their husbands.
Such disparaging terms as negrito (little black one), pelo malo (bad hair), or worse are commonplace for this group that often wields little political and economic power in their homelands.