tribal

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  • Then the Empire recruited entire tribal groups under their native leaders as officers.
  • Their tribal officers, led by a tribal governor, are elected every two years.
  • The tribe has its own police, court, and health and other services, including a tribal community center.
  • The money would be used to house and care for elderly tribal members.
  • It has no town government and is subject mostly to tribal/federal laws, rather than those of the county or state.
  • These scholars say the kingdom was no more than a small tribal entity.
  • There was no official tribal leadership and most groups remained in and around their own valleys.
  • People say that they give life to a child as the majority of tribal areas have no doctors.
  • When tribal forces advanced on the capital, many of the king's troops deserted.
  • They gave up their tribal membership and became state and United States citizens at the time.
  • Other land formerly held in common was allocated to individual tribal members.
  • Some stayed in the region, becoming state and US citizens by giving up tribal membership.
  • Tribal life under the Japanese changed rapidly as many of the traditional structures were replaced by a military power.
  • It was the eighth tribal nation to have gained recognition through the political rather than administrative process.
  • The federal court also ruled that the constitutional change was an internal tribal matter.
  • Soon a colony had formed there with him as its 'tribal' chief.
  • He tried to preserve tribal land and to keep the peace.
  • In many ways, the approach to government differs little from the traditional system of tribal rule.
  • Lands and people living within this reservation are subject mostly to tribal/federal laws rather than county or state laws.
  • Tribal members in appropriate circumstances may use the full name.
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Meaning of tribal

  • adjective Relating to or characteristic of a tribe
    tribal customs