Bushman


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a member of the race of nomadic hunters and gatherers who live in southern Africa

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a dweller in the Australian bush country

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National Storage Tank called us and asked us to put the word out to accredited sanctuaries and rescues in northern California that they had water tanks to donate on a semi-regular basis starting with a 5050 Gallon Bushman tank.
The trance dance is the central ritual of the Bushman religion and its defining institution [.
Bushman conducted the study with lead author Eddie Brummelman, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
In the bushman culture, a brother or uncle goes to a girl's father to arrange for a meeting between him and the prospective groom.
When they had lower blood glucose, they felt angrier and took it out on the dolls representing their spouse," said Dr Bushman.
These results are the first to link avatar race in violent video games to later aggression, Brad Bushman, co-author of the study and professor of communication and psychology at The Ohio State University, said.
This is a real bush story about a real bushman who leads a solitary and simple life as a timber getter in an Australian forest.
Caption: The San people showing guests how they hunt on a Bushman walk.
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In the first part, he challenges classical liberalism's paradigm of the good life, draws on personal struggles and the San Bushman to explain how he came to what he calls the mandala of primal politics, which he formally proposes.
To the /Gwi Bushman, such a ring was a sign that food will be plentiful.
So, it would cost four shillings for a license to shoot a kudu, three shillings for a bushman woman, and five shillings for a bushman," she added.
Michael Wessels se Bushman letters: interpreting /Xam narrative (2010), verskyn teen hierdie agtergrond--asof dit 'n antwoord op Solomon se oproep is, maar ook baie kort op die hakke van Shane Moran, sy Natalse kollega in Durban aan die Universiteit van Kwazulu-Natal, se uitdagende Representing Bushmen: South African and the origin of language (2009).
Prior to his fame in the United States, Taibosh toured the world as the "Wild Dancing Bushman.