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Oisin McVey

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Oisin McVey
yes
Nuer tribe
food
Red peppers and other spices like garlic are mainly used in many dishes. These spices were introduced to the nuer by Syrian traders and Arab settlers from the Mediterranean who came to Sudan during the Turkish rule. they were also introduced to meatballs and pastries in he 1800's. cattle is also a good source of calcium but the nuer don't use cattle for meat
hey thats pretty good
cow pepe
raw beef
pussy cat
PUSSY CAT

mens: Its a long, loose-fitting white or chalky-colored robe (called "jalabiya"), a headdress (a skullcap or a turban), and shoes. Jalabiya is robe that goes down to your ankles. Collarless robe with long sleeves.
womens:a long wrap-around cloth worn on top of a shirt and skirt/trousers. It covers the body entirely.

traditional clothing
pussy cat

Scarification is the permanent process of decorating or to make yourself look cool, so basically beautifying the body. It's a way to tell the difference between tribes and show the progression from childhood to adulthood. There are different scarification symbols from each tribe to another. Scarification is a painful process. It's almost like getting a tattoo but it hurts more and it doesn't have color.

Scarification
Location
The Nuer tirbe is located in south sudan, Africa

"Black represents the black African people of Southern Sudan. White represents Sudan peace for which many lives have been lost. Red represents the blood of the gallant freedom and justice fighters who have been lost in the many years of conflict. Green represents agricultural potential exemplified by the fertile soil and rich equatorial vegetation adorning the Southern Sudan countryside. Blue represents the River Nile, which is the main source of life not only in the Southern Sudan but also in the North and all the way to Egypt. The Star - represents unity of the states of Southern Sudan. The flag, therefore, signifies one nation of black Africans united in the struggle to perpetuate peace and prosperity for all the people of Southern Sudan."
Zoltan Horvath, 11 Jan 2011

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The Nuer tribe are thought to have separated at a certain stage in the past - from the Dinka but in their later development and migration to the northern nile many Dinka in their path.
‘Nei ti Naath’ which translates simply into ‘people’, is the second largest nationality in South Sudan. The main crops are sorghum, maize and tobacco.

nuer has had a civil war that has been going on for many years. Their
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