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SAN

abbr.
sinoatrial node

NAA50

A gene on chromosome 3q13.2 that encodes a probable catalytic component of the NAA11-NAA15 complex with alpha (N-terminal) acetyltransferase activity.
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All this sounds very much like the trance dance as it is performed by contemporary Kalahari Bushmen (although the earlier dance contained additional elements evidently not found in the later versions, such as the use of charms and the equal participation and trance collapse of women) (Guenther 1999: 182).
The bushmen will track a wounded animal for days, if necessary, and nearly always find it.
We are deeply troubled to read Survival s letter and learn about the degrading treatment of the Bushmen at the hands of the government.
Survival has written to dozens of tour operators in Africa, Europe, Asia and the USA, including Trailfinders, Intrepid and Absolute Travel urging them to suspend their trips to Botswana over the disgraceful treatment of the last hunting Bushmen in Africa; and will be launching a new advertising campaign in travel magazines around the world," the organisation (http://www.
Kung Bushmen think of the Sun as a "death thing" because of its searing heat and the association with thirst, hunger, and exhaustion.
The philosophy at the camp is to offer the tourists and bushmen the very best of both worlds.
The data confirm that the Bushmen are among the most genetically diverse people in the world and reveal about 1.
Bleek, arguing that within Bleek's writings on the origin of language, which was structured around the codification of African languages and cultures, can be found a foundationalist representation of the Bushmen that contributed to a cultural-essentialist racism predominant during apartheid in South Africa.
I will argue in this paper that Jacques Derrida's critique of the work of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Claude Levi-Strauss in Of Grammatology (1976) is applicable to some of the writing that has been produced in relation to the Bleek and Lloyd archive, Derrida's work also illuminates Bleek's ideological framework and the attitudes displayed towards the Bushmen during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The Basarwa people who were featured in the 1980s' film, The Gods Must Be Crazy, are often called Bushmen, a derogatory term suffused with racist undertones, portraying the history of their culture, peoples and traditions as primitive and valueless in the modern "civilised", industrialised and high-tech world.
The idea that the Khoisan had no religion and, consequently, no right to land or humane treatment again predominated during the period of the genocidal attacks on Bushmen in the 1780s.
This place of wilderness is home to the shamans, Quakers, Gnostics, Taoists, yoginis, anarchists, American Indians, alchemists, Bushmen, Shakers, Sufis, Teilhard de Chardin Catholics, biologists, Druids, Zen Buddhists, and Tibetans -- traditions awed by mysteries that are greater than our capacity to understand.