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I understand this author is controversial. I never much accepted a definition of any group of people as having ANY predominant characteristics, simply because they were raised in the same idiom. The ... Read full review
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abduct agnates alliance anthropologists Ariwari arrows asked axes began behavior bride service brothers canoe Caracas Chagnon chanting chest-pounding duel club fight cross-cousin culture curare Damowa daughter descent groups different villages drug enemies example FaSiDa father females fieldwork fierce films fruit garden genealogies guests hammock headman hedu hekura hunting Indians individual jungle Kapbawa's group Kapbawa's village killed kinship kinsmen leaves live located Lower Bisaasi-teri machetes Mahekodo-teri Makiritare males marriage marriage exchanges marriage rules married Mavaca River mission missionaries MoBrDa Monou-teri moved noreshi Orinoco River palm parallel cousins participate Paruriwa Patanowa-teri plantains political Puerto Ayacucho raid raiders reciprocal relationship Rerebawa returned Reyabobowei-teri shabono shamans Shamatari villages shooting shot shotguns sister social Timothy Asch trade treacherous feast tree Tribes Mission trip uncontacted Upper Bisaasi-teri usually Venezuelan village fissioning visitors warfare wife wives woman women Yanomamo villages young younger
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