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For example, while working in Nigeria, he and his colleagues made progress with nomadic populations.
If you’re nomadic, you can pick up and move into unoccupied space and get away from those who threaten you.
The novel is told from the perspectives of former home designer Bea and her young daughter, Agnes, who are among the few selected to live an experimentally nomadic life in one of the world’s last natural places, known as the Wilderness State.
Today, even the majority of herders and nomadic people have satellite TV with solar energy, so they can still access information.
One big hoax was that because Mongolians eat very healthily and live in traditional nomadic lifestyles, we would not get the virus and had a “natural immunity.”
Different tribes occupied different centres and were nomadic according to the season of the year.
THE TOWNS OF ROMAN BRITAINJAMES OLIVER BEVAN
The chief told me the tribes were nomadic, and never slept two nights in the same place.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
By this process, then, we learn that the Aryans were a nomadic people, and had made some advance in civilization.
They have nomadic tendencies; and, in their uncivilised state, scarcely practise agriculture.
ROBERT MOFFATDAVID J. DEANE
Varna is such a town as only could have been devised by a nomadic race aping the habits of civilized nations.

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