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Carib

A Tatar unit of area approximately equivalent to 1,821 square meters. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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Este comportamiento es tipico de sociedades patriarcales-patrilineales; vease a Vincent Cooper, "Language and Gender among Kalinago of Fifteenth Century St.
The next project of this kind begs a fuller examination of other Caribbean healing traditions as practiced within Taino, Kalinago, and other indigenous communities as well as within the Indo-Caribbean and Chinese Caribbean communities.
As I put it metaphorically, we are the rhythm of Africa, the melody of Europe, the chords of Asia, and the songs of the Kalinago and the Garifuna.
In this installation the eight communities--the Campo Band of Kumeyaay Indians (California), the urban Indian community of Chicago (Illinois), the Yakama Nation (Washington State), the Igloolik (Canada), the Kahnawake (Canada), the Saint-Laurent Metis (Canada), the Kalinago (Carib Territory, Dominica), and the Pamunkey Tribe (Virginia) accentuate the hard but deliberate choices they have made that affect their identities, as individuals and communities, when challenged by often very harsh realities.