tupik


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tupik

, tupek
Canadian (esp in the Arctic) a tent of animal skins, a traditional type of Inuit summer dwelling
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"Tupik" is a story about a little boy who, taking his cue of his nursmaid's threat to cut off his "petit robinet" (Tournier, Le Coq de bruyere 79) in case he ever wets his bed again, castrates himself.
As she points out (5), "a strict delimitation to the theme of the veche will lead only to research determined by pre-existing notions, or else will lead nowhere" (v tupik).
Electronic auction: carrying out works on the repair of the yard territories of the mkd, travel to the courtyards of the mkd, sidewalks (moscow region, go podolsk, podolsk, syrovsky tupik, 1, 3)