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  • 1 History of foreign relations of the People's Republic of China — Main article: Foreign relations of the People s Republic of China Since the early 1980s China has pursued a highly independent foreign policy, formally disavowing too close a relationship with any country or region. The stated goals of this… …

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  • 2 Cimarron people (Panama) — The Cimarrons or Cimarrones in Panama, were enslaved Africans who had escaped from their Spanish masters and lived together as outlaws. In the 1570s, they allied with Sir Francis Drake of England to defeat the Spanish conquest and plunder their… …

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  • 3 tribe — n. 1. Family, race, clan, sept. 2. Nation of savages, nation of uncivilized people. 3. Class (of persons or things), order, division, distinct portion …

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  • 4 Culture — For other uses, see Culture (disambiguation). Petroglyphs in modern day Gobustan, Azerbaijan, dating back to 10 000 BCE indicating a thriving culture …

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  • 5 Civilization — This article is about human society. For other uses, see Civilization (disambiguation). Contents 1 Definition 2 Characteristics 3 …

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  • 6 William Henry Harrison: Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Thursday, March 4, 1841       Called from a retirement which I had supposed was to continue for the residue of my life to fill the chief executive office of this great and free nation, I appear before you, fellow citizens,… …

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  • 7 New Imperialism — This article is part of the New Imperialism series. Origins of New Imperialism Imperialism in Asia The Scramble for Africa Theories of New Imperialism New Imperialism refers to the colonial expansion adopted by …

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  • 8 Xenophobia — is an intense and/or irrational dislike and sometimes fear of people from other countries. It comes from the Greek words ξένος ( xenos ), meaning foreigner, stranger, and φόβος ( phobos ), meaning fear. The term is typically used to describe a… …

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  • 9 Tribe — Tribe, n. [L. tribus, originally, a third part of the Roman people, afterwards, a division of the people, a tribe; of uncertain origin: cf. F. tribu.] [1913 Webster] 1. A family, race, or series of generations, descending from the same progenitor …

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  • 10 Mthwakazi — This word Mthwakazi is derived from the name of Queen Mu Thwa, the first ruler of the Mthwakazi territory who ruled around 7,000 years ago. She was the matriarch of the Aba Thwa, the San people who were derogatively called the Bushmen by… …

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  • 11 Indigenous peoples — This article is about indigenous peoples in general. For links to articles about indigenous people in specific areas, see Indigenous peoples by geographic regions Brazilian indigenous chiefs of the Kayapo tribe …

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  • 12 Names of the Greeks — History of Greece This article is part of a series …

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  • 13 Dawes Act — Not to be confused with Dawes Plan. The Dawes Act, adopted by Congress in 1887, authorized the President of the United States to survey Indian tribal land and divide the land into allotments for individual Indians. The Act was named for its… …

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  • 14 Eschatology — • A survey of the subject in various pre Christian religions and cultures, an examination of the development of eschatology in the Old Testament, brief overview of Christian teaching Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Eschatology      …

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  • 15 History of Marriage —     History of Marriage     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► History of Marriage     The word marriage may be taken to denote the action, contract, formality, or ceremony by which the conjugal union is formed or the union itself as an enduring condition …

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  • 16 \@Vampire Mythology: Bibliography —   [↑] @Vampire Mythology   Abbott, George Frederick. Macedonian Folklore. Cambridge, MA: University Press, 1903. Abrahams, Roger D. The ManofWords in the West Indies: Performance and the Emergence of Creole Culture. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins… …

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  • 17 Barbarian — is a pejorative term for an uncivilized person, either in a general reference to a member of a nation or ethnos perceived as having an inferior level of civilization, or in an individual reference to a brutal, cruel, warlike, insensitive person… …

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  • 18 race — race1 /rays/, n., v., raced, racing. n. 1. a contest of speed, as in running, riding, driving, or sailing. 2. races, a series of races, usually of horses or dogs, run at a set time over a regular course: They spent a day at the races. 3. any… …

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  • 19 Race — /rays/, n. Cape, a cape at the SE extremity of Newfoundland. * * * I Term once commonly used in physical anthropology to denote a division of humankind possessing traits that are transmissible by descent and sufficient to characterize it as a… …

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  • 20 Racism in the United States — Part of a series of articles on Racial segregation Segregation in the US Black Codes Jim Cro …

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