SAN

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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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The Bushmen have bean forced to live in resettlement camps where alcoholism, depression and HIV/AIDS are on the increase.
The Delta bushmen at Gudigwa are not `endangered' per se, but they are severely impoverished, which in itself is a threat to their existence," said Colin Bell, Managing Director of Wilderness Safaris.
This was totally unnecessary as we don't hunt lions or giraffe -- animals that tourists want to see," explained 50-year-old bushmen representative Tobe.
He flounders through initial encounters with Bushmen, yearning to be taken on a hunt by these diminutive and agile people.
Six months later, Botswana's new minister for Local Government, Lands and Housing, Mr DK Kwelagobe, made a fleeting visit to an isolated Bushmen settlement living inside the reserve.
For more information visit the Namibia: Barefoot with the Bushmen expedition page on our website, secretcompass.
The bushmen are regarded as the greatest trackers in the world.
The government is preventing the Bushmen from hunting and orders them to apply for licenses to access their ancestral land in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR).
On World Tourism Day on 27 September, Survival International launched a campaign to embargo Botswana tourism as, according to the organisation, the country is promoting tourism in the CKGR region at the cost of eviction of the Bushmen from their ancestral land.
Kung Bushmen saw the sky as the dwelling place of all the divine beings and spirits of the dead.
and / symbols represent "clicks" which replace consonants in the local language) and the bushmen of the Kalahari.
Willem de Wet of Tsumkwe Country Lodge (middle) has made an urgent plea to the business community to assist the Bushmen in and around Tsumkwe with food, baby bottles, clothing, blankets and matresses.