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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.
Technology, libraries and the geographies of information: A case study of the University of Southern California
The feminized city:  Reading Wang Anyi's "Ballad of Eternal Sorrow"
The role of public relations in breast cancer walks
A comparison of the DPP's TV ads in the 2000 and 2004 Taiwan presidential elections
Conceptual street art as a means of democratic participation
The myth of the unknown child:  Creating a new face for adoption in America
The thermal energy performance study of the Freeman House
Impression formation and attraction in computer -mediated communication
A historic first : west coast old lesbian conference and celebration
Abilene Christian University
Basel Mission
Bibliothèque du Défap
Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America
Fonda Mexicana, one of the out-buildings of Mission San Jose de Guadalupe (La Mision del Gloriosisimo Patriarch San Jose), ca.1867
Exterior view of the Smiley Library, Redlands, ca.1900
Citrus experiment station, University of California, Riverside, Riverside, Calif., 1939
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
Fr. Vincent Lebbe standing among a group of Chinese people, China, ca. 1906-1919
of 1860