tribal groups

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  • Neither she nor those of her tribal group knew anything of him. Cited from Man Size, by William MacLeod Raine
  • Almost every tribal group has their own distinct song and dance style.
  • There are some other tribal groups in other parts of the country.
  • Then the Empire recruited entire tribal groups under their native leaders as officers.
  • The schools are primarily organized in small villages among India's tribal groups.
  • But not even with these four tribal groups was the term of tribal division reached.
  • The Indigenous people who have always lived in this town and region come from different tribal groups.
  • However, they did not start out as a single distinct tribe as are other large tribal groups in the region.
  • Northern Province has a number of tribal groups speaking different languages and dialects.
  • Four people were killed after Al Shabaab got involved in between two different tribal groups.
  • It was these tribal groups who were the prototype of the present festival.
  • Especially in regions of mixed population, many tribal groups have lost their original languages and simply speak local or regional languages.
  • Each tribal group has its own oral histories, which can include creation stories.
  • Various tribal groups of the Adi people live in various parts of the district.
  • They appear to have been a federation of smaller, self-governing tribal groups.
  • From there they established relationships with other tribal groups of the interior.
  • Though most of these tribal groups have their own distinct languages, most people in the Centre also speak French.
  • Gonds are also the largest tribal group of central India in terms of population.
  • Again, a man's honour is conceived of in terms of his social standing within his own tribal group.
  • Remaining five larger tribal groups have shown the overall literacy rates lower than that of the national average.
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