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a member of a people who have no permanent home but move about according to the seasons

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Clear evidence of this perpetual concern of China includes, for instance, China's building of the Great Wall and the ongoing Chinese military actions against various nomadic tribes and states on its borders.
This week Garja Maharashtra focuses on AASHRAMSHALA, a school developed to help nomadic tribes arise out of their social and economic conditions.
A lot of opinions were heard at the summit, but the opinion that prevailed is that Roma are nomadic tribes that should be given the opprotunity to travel around Europe," stated the Bulgarian PM.
93--included ethnically and linguistically diverse nomadic tribes.
The Arsacids were in an almost perpetual state of war to defend the Persian territories against the Roman Empire in the west and nomadic tribes in the east.
For millennia, it has found itself directly and inevitably in the path of empire builders, conquerors, merchants, pilgrims, missionaries, and nomadic tribes.
The Kurdish Textile Museum is a private not-for-profit initiative and is the only museum in Kurdistan dedicated to the display, preservation, and promotion of the antique Kurdish textiles and textile crafts by settled and nomadic tribes.
Battles between nomadic tribes are believed to be common in the region but have become increasingly deadly due to the wide availability of modern weapons.
The Fitzgeralds' research for this project began while sifting through thousands of photographs in the Library of Congress; they soon realized that since photography was not widely available until the second half of the nineteenth century there were few photographs from Eastern nomadic tribes.
Topics include the construction of Indian nomadic tribes as criminal, sexual behavior and the construction of women's criminality, Dalit and Adivasi vulnerability to structural crime and the failure of the state to offer remedy, legislative and judicial responses to Adivasi land-use protests, the status of children under Indian criminal law, the ways in which the penal system constructs justifications for suspending ordinary laws and procedures for entire groups, the social bases of legal impunity as seen in the case of the Bhopal gas leak disaster, and the intersections between the formal criminal justice system and community-based systems in rural Haryana.
Loggers in the jungles of Peru often find much more than forests to destroy: Nomadic tribes frequently fall to the loggers' invasion.
The study on the immigrant tribes has been launched with the aim of finding solutions to their problems," he said, referring to the nomadic tribes who settled in Saudi Arabia.
This intriguing series continues as a former alcoholic Scottish air hostess escapes the pressures of everyday life to spend a month living with one of Ethiopia's most fiercely independent nomadic tribes.
Mongol may not sound like the most appealing prospect - a two-hour, subtitled history lesson filmed on location in China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan, which would have been home to nomadic tribes in the 12th Century - but Russian filmmaker Sergei Bodrov knows how to engage his audience.
In the course of his travels with nomadic tribes, Bob Shapiro rode an elephant across Thailand, a camel over the Sahara desert and a donkey through Afghanistan, all the while living and eating with the itinerant cultures.