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IK

immunoconglutinins.
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The situation of the mountain people is similar to that of the first nations of Canada.
School groups in the spring and fall can participate in Little Tree and have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in natural science, history, and the philosophy of the mountain people.
HIGHS AND LOWS: There are the mountain people and the valley people in winedom.
Local veterans are getting ready to keep a forgotten promise made to the families of the nation's most dedicated ally of the Vietnam War - the Montagnards, the mountain people.
In the spirit of thanksgiving, we are grateful to Ted Williams for the shining gift of his ancestral prayer; to MariJo Moore for her insight into sacred places and, with Vine Deloria, a new value placed on the old truths; to Richard Cleveland for his work with reconnection; to Reyna Casco for sharing her Hispanic traditions; to Cine' Evans for looking to her elders for her ancestral medicine; to Doug Eiliott for his stories keeping the magic of the mountain people alive; to James Whittle for writing from and about the heart; to Pat Kilpatrick for bringing the magic of Thai traditions to this land; to Michael Clark for bringing two ancient eastern traditions together; to Sue Roalman for sharing plant wisdom; and to Cathy Holt for helping people connect with each other better.
The mountain people say that divers have been down 80 feet and never hit the bottom of the pool.
With improved roads and more exposure to the larger world during the last 60 years, Kibler said, Page Valley has changed entirely, and the mountain people are no longer mountain people.
Turnbull went on to write The Mountain People, his acclaimed and controversial portrait of the Ik during the devastating 1965-66 famine in that region.
Colin Turnbull, The Mountain People (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1972).
Turnbull's dedication to the study of the lives of the African Pygmies made him famous in his field, while his two best-selling books, The Forest People and The Mountain People, made him known to a general readership.
In a mountainous country like the Philippines, the mountain people are the poorest of the poor, the indigenous people.
In his 1973 book, The Mountain People, Turnbull portrayed the Ik as exemplars of human evil.