Thesaurus / tribe
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The remaining two-thirds are run by tribes or locally elected school boards, which have greater freedom to craft reopening plans and purchase distance-learning equipment.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PROMISED NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS COMPUTERS AND INTERNET. MANY ARE STILL WAITING.BY ALDEN WOODS, ARIZONA REPUBLICSEPTEMBER 28, 2020PROPUBLICA
We, as a global tribe of travelers, need to understand the implications of our personal decisions right now—whether that’s attending a large gathering in a neighbor’s backyard or hopping on a Labor Day flight.
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Khaldūn believed that solidarity had its foundations in kinship but extended to tribes and even nations.
WHY DO WE MISS THE RITUALS PUT ON HOLD BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC?SUJATA GUPTAAUGUST 14, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Assimilation into one’s tribe required assimilation into the group’s ideological belief system – regardless of whether it was grounded in science or superstition.
"I bought them boots to wear only when I go into genteel society," said one of the codfish tribe, to a wag, the other day.
This Isthmus has a circuit of fully five hundred leagues and is occupied by the Soriquois tribe.
They wage war as a tribe on account of wrongs done to a private individual.
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