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Cuna

A Spanish term for wedge. It is used to refer to a triangle pattern.
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Walter Kuna said, "Evercore is today the most professional and trusted global advisory firm providing high quality and independent advice to clients.
Walter Kuna has a PhD in Economics from Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat in Frankfurt.
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In his book, 'Magnificent Molas: The Art of the Kuna Indians,' French ethnologist Michel Perrin said Scottish surgeon Lionel Wafer met the people of the San Blas Archipelago as early as 1681 and noted the women's 'passion for graphic arts.
Animals from the Panamanian rain forest, sea life and genre scenes of everyday life or Kuna myths and legends are common mola subject matter.
A Kuna woman paddles her cayuco out to greet us and shows us her molas.
We have heard that it is disrespectful to photograph a Kuna person without permission and we want to honor the customs of the Kuna people.
It is an important part of Kuna culture for a visitor to receive an invitation and pay a fee to the sahila before entering his village.
Latin American Missionaries (LAM), whose explicit purpose is "to reach 77,500,000 lost souls," is the parent organization of the medical team that visited Kuna Yala and a ministry under the Elders of the Forest Park Church of Christ in Valdosta, Georgia.
With this in mind, it is interesting to note that the island that they visited in Kuna Yala has a clinic that the Panamanian Department of Health operates year-round.
In Kuna Yala, the missionaries set up an assembly line to process large numbers of people.
For his part, player Faisal Al-Harbi said in a statement to KUNA that the training camp in Istanbul was excellent for the whole team, particularly their friendly match against the Jordanian team.