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These and illiterate
These differences in turn result from the fact that my Yokuts vocabularies were built up of terms selected mainly to insure unambiguity of English meaning between illiterate informants and myself, within a compact and uniform territorial area, but that Hoijer's vocabulary is based on Swadesh's second glottochronological list which aims at eliminating all items which might be culturally or geographically determined.
These fragments would be held for many years in tradition, and learned by apprenticeship from one generation of illiterate poets to the next.
These changes were seen by the DLP as an attempt to disenfranchise illiterate rural voters through intimidation, to rig the elections through the use of voting machines, to allow Afro-Caribbean immigrants from other islands to vote, and to gerrymander the boundaries to ensure victory by the PNM.
These caves were elaborately painted, the cave paintings and architecture served as aids to meditation, as visual representations of the quest for enlightenment, as mnemonic devices, and as teaching tools to inform those illiterate about Buddhist beliefs and stories.
These definitions firstly disallowed an illiterate adult to vote, secondly permitted some people to choose between ethnic rolls and thirdly made no provision for Rotumans, Pacific Islanders, Chinese and Part-Chinese to vote.
These images, they argue, were used as a means of religious instruction to a largely illiterate populace.
These women, most of them either illiterate or very poorly educated, are married at very young ages ( in Bangladesh, for example, according to statistics from 2005, 45 % of women then aged between 25 – 29 had been married by the age of 15 ), and depend on their husbands for their entire life.
These spirits would perform, sing and talk to the audience, sometimes in foreign languages that the illiterate Eddy brothers could have never known.
These leaders have ranged from illiterate village elders to pastors of important city congregations, as well as a bishop in the Church of Pakistan.
These challenges lead to a debate as to whether NCF should be an up-to-date Internet service provider for the whole community in competition with the new commercial Internet providers or focus on ensuring that the " novice, computer illiterate, and less-well-off segments " have Internet access.
These works were circulated orally in the villages, so that even the illiterate had access to the Nôm literature.

These and conscripted
These communities attracted considerable hatred, particularly during the American Revolution and the U. S. Civil War, when many Mennonites and possibly Amish were imprisoned or forcibly conscripted.

These and from
These ways are absolutely irreconcilable because they offer two different recipes for man's redemption from chaos.
These differences, in turn, derive from prior differences concerning the friendly or hostile character of change.
These institutions which Mr. Lyford names `` agreeable autocracies '' -- where did they come from??
These peoples, desperately hoping to lift themselves to decent levels of living must not, by our neglect, be forced to seek help from, and finally become virtual satellites of, those who proclaim their hostility to freedom.
These conceptions and the manner in which they were transposed into poetry or engendered by poetic form are intrinsic to western life from the time of Aeschylus to that of Shakespeare.
These proposals would reduce the amount of tax that DuPont stockholders might have to pay -- from an estimated 1.1 billion dollars under present law to as little as 192 million dollars.
These little songs, however, were sweet nothings from the heart, tender memories of his childhood, little melodies that anyone could hum and that would make one want to weep.
These publications replaced the U. S. Naval Medical Bulletin, published continuously from 1907 through 1959, as well as the Navy's Hospital Corps Quarterly and the Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Department, published from 1922 to 1949.
These boards are nailed to the roof beams by reaching up through the open space between the beams, from inside the shelter.
These are mostly through highways that carry traffic going from one destination to another.
These publications may be secured as follows: The Annual Catalog from the Director of Admissions and other issues from the Publications Office.
These engines can be removed from a boat with relative ease, wherein lies their greatest advantage.
These will be available at cost from our Plans Department.
These are inexpensive and available from the U. S. Geological Society, Washington 25, D. C..
These extrapolated fluxes are about an order of magnitude less than the values from the satellite data and the figures in Whipple's table.
These fractions were tested for ABO agglutinin activity, using fractions from group AB plasma as a control.
These groups have varied widely from mere families, primitive, totemic groups, and small modern cults and sects, to the memberships of great denominations, and great, widely dispersed world religions.
These changes represent, in effect, a shift from ( 1 ) an administrative compilation of data obtained through procedures designed primarily to serve political and economic objectives to ( 2 ) a systematic sampling census of the whole African population.
These subjects implied that they too could prevent their arms from rising if they tried.
These names were secured from member companies by the Association from the forty-four sources listed in Appendix Aj.

These and villages
These villages, called pueblos by Spanish settlers, were often only accessible by rope or through rock climbing.
These coenobia resembled villages, peopled by a hard-working religious community, all of one sex.
These districts include the Mexican villages, such as Pilsen along 18th street, and La Villita along 26th Street ; the Puerto Rican enclave Paseo Boricua in the Humboldt Park neighborhood ; " Greektown ", along South Halsted St, immediately west of downtown ; " Little Italy ", along Taylor St ; " Chinatown "; " Polish Patches "; " Little Seoul ", around Lawrence Avenue ; a cluster of Vietnamese restaurants along Argyle Avenue near Broadway, and Indian / Pakistani along Devon Avenue.
These groups were usually based on existing societal structures like villages, towns, parishes, and guilds.
These permanent villages and towns predate those of southern Eritrea and northern Ethiopia suggesting, according to Peter Schmidt, "... it is they, not sites in Arabia that were the vital precursors to urban developments ... likewise students of evolution and distribution of languages now believe that Semitic and Cushitic languages are of African origin.
These villages are also referred to as the Harwiches.
These deserters in many instances have formed into large gangs that raid the marsh communities ; this also has induced many of the marsh dwellers to abandon their villages.
These highlands are an area of long-settled villages.
These executions took place in over 30 towns and villages in the first month of German occupation alone.
These are the towns and villages in each district.
These are predominantly tenanted public houses situated in towns and villages.
These ex-marines reportedly organised themselves in villages along the lines of the military companies in which they had fought.
These actions by the TAF had resulted by the mid-1990s in more than 3, 000 Kurdish villages being deserted while according to official figures 378, 335 Kurdish people had been displaced and rendered homeless.
These are chartered as towns and villages and deal with local needs such as paving and lighting the streets, ensuring a water supply, providing police and fire protection, and waste management.
These are ( Muskerry ) in the north of the county, especially the villages of ( Coolea ) and ( Ballingeary ), and ( Cape Clear Island ), an island in the west.
These forests also act as barriers against cyclones, tropical storms and tidal waves thus protecting the nearby villages.
These habitants settled in villages along the St. Lawrence river, building communities that remained stable for long stretches, rather than leapfrogging west the way the Americans did.
These were subdivided into districts ( sing., markaz ; pl., marakaz ) and villages ( sing., qaryah ; pl., qura ) or towns.
These villages emerged in the mid-20th century and were initially the domain of elite urban dwellers.
These clan organizations extend across all villages.
These ceremonies take place according to the lunar calendar and are observed in each of the Hopi villages.
These are new types of tours, which involve interaction with and living amongst the local people, in mountain villages.
These newly arisen nomads became a great problem for the Chinese, as their horseback lifestyle made them ready for rapid invasion and raiding villages and townships.
These cities and villages are located northwest of San Luis Obispo city, and Avila Beach and the Five Cities to the south: Arroyo Grande, Grover Beach, Oceano, Pismo Beach and Shell Beach.

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