Yaranga


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Yaranga

 

a Chukchi term for a portable dwelling used by nomadic Chukchi, Koriaks, and some groups of Evens and Yukaghirs. Circular in plan, the yaranga consists of a wooden frame with a conical dome formed by poles. The structure is covered with reindeer skins. A cubical curtain made of reindeer skins divides the yaranga. Inside the curtain is living space, which is illuminated and heated by an oil lamp; outside the curtain is a storage area. The yaranga is still used by groups of reindeer herders.

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El analista Pedro Yaranga, experto en Sendero Luminoso, asegura que una de las mujeres del campamento le comento al exsenderista que colaboro en el rescate a este grupo que "hacia dos o tres anos que no los visitaba nadie de la guerrilla.
Desde ninos, indica Yaranga, "les ensenan a seleccionar quien es el enemigo.
Maria Angelica Alvarez-Paucar [1], Katherine Quiroz Gonzales [2], Ana Sari Chamilco Gamarra [2], Cesar Akira VasquezTokuchi [2], Lia Luza Yaranga [2], Jessica Huanca Sanchez [2], Karla Wieslawa Medina Gutti [2] y Roxana Delgado Llancari [2].
Por ejemplo, Yaranga Valderrama (1979:710, 714) registro en los anos setenta en las zonas de Victor Fajardo y Cangallo en Ayacucho el siguiente extracto de una oracion dirigida a Illapa o Santiago en epocas de sequia: ".
Yaranga (1991: 48-50) escribe que este pachakuti se da cada 500 anos, dando forma a la concepcion ciclica del tiempo y la historia, que se divide en ocho demiciclos de 500 anos cada uno, cuatro ciclos de 1000 anos cada uno y un gran ciclo de 4000 anos.
Soy inocente, creanme por favor >>, imploraba con insistencia el obrero textil Juan Martin Quispe Yaranga, de 27 anos de edad, en un futil intento de hacer entrar en razon a una multitud que durante 3 horas le infligio crueles castigos fisicos, tras atribuirle el robo de un viejo televisor.
64) "Les emprunts linguistiques dans le Refranero judeo-espagnol: Etude preliminaire," in Hommage Abdon Yaranga Valderrama, I 'Indien Quechua de Paris, Cahiers de Recherche "Langues et cultures opprimees et minorisees" (Saint-Denis, 1993), pp.
DURAND FOREST, Jacqueline, "L'education indigene au Mexique", Education dans une langue minorisee, Abdon Yaranga Valderrama, editeur, Paris, 1992, p.
She keeps voluminous notes about everything -- from the herders' winter housing, the yaranga, to the food, dress, and the role of women in the tundra.
Para Toledo no existia ya Sendero", lamenta el especialista Pedro Yaranga.
Yaranga is Peruvian and, although I establish that he is 40, rode in Peru for 17 years and has been riding in Ohio and Nebraska for seven, the rest is lost in non-translation.
Custom dictates that they ask the mushroom not to be angry with the human beings, and that they invite it to visit their yarangas.