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(a) a stool. (b) Ngeka (a game). (c) palm-rib as children's toy. (d) knife for tattooing. (e) fish trap. (f) Hoe. (g) Crowbar. (h) method of fixing a roof timber. (i) sliding door in the hut.
(a) antilope horns with feathers. (b) Minke. (c) Ndawayowo (protection against snakes). (d) two medicines for protection against theft of agricultural produce. (e) Protextion against snakes.
(a) musical instrument. (b) drum for dancing. (c) Guitar (d) Box for smoking.
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The clarification of the functional differences among causal connective suffixes in Korean
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The Relationship Of Selected Predictive Variables To Foreign Student Achievement At The University Of California, Los Angeles
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A Study Of Some Aspects Of The Publication Program Of The Government Of India, With Recommendations
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Abilene Christian University
Basel Mission
Bibliothèque du Défap
Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America
Fr. Anthony Cotta, MM, and a group of Chinese men and boys greet a priest, China, ca. 1906-1919
Group portrait of Fr. Vincent Lebbe with Chinese people, China, ca. 1906-1919
Fr. Vincent Lebbe stands among a group of Chinese people, China, ca. 1906-1919
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