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Here you’ll partner with indigenous people to harvest cassavas, fish for food, and communicate only with gestures.
Now, otters threaten to deplete these profitable invertebrate fisheries, which have sustained coastal indigenous communities.
Dominguez-Bello has worked with local researchers in Venezuela, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil to collect and study stool samples from indigenous populations in those countries.
The initiative, run as a global nonprofit, would encourage the development of more microbiome collections by creating courses to train researchers across the globe to collect samples from indigenous populations in their regions.
So many indigenous communities and places in the Southwest are impacted by mining.
Brazilian bean; the common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris, indigenous to America.
In the domain of politics I should make use of the indigenous institutions and serve them by curing them of their proved defects.
Following out the Swadeshi spirit, I observe the indigenous institutions and the village panchayats hold me.
They found human indigenous races on a few worlds, all of them at a rather low technical level, and they taught them.
THE STARS, MY BROTHERSEDMOND HAMILTON
Loyalty must be indigenous to a soil where, under such adverse conditions, it has taken such deep root and flourishes.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION