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African Vocab

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Dakotah Hoselton

on 18 November 2013

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Transcript of African Vocab

African Vocab
The Way out
by Dakotah Hoselton
The control or governing of a nation over a dependent country, territory or people.
The deliberation and systematic extermination of a national, radical, political, or cultural group.
A rapid spread or increase in the occurrence of something.
Any system or practice that separates people according to race, caste, etc.
The belief that natural objects, natural phenomena, and the universe itself possess souls.
Any aggregate of people united by ties of family of descent from a common ancestor, community of customs and traditions, adherence to the same leaders.
A group of people, as a clique, set, society, or party, especially as as united by some common trait, characteristic or interest.
Inheriting or determining descent through the female line.
Relationship by nature, qualities, etc.
Lack of proper nutrition.
Any of a group of diseases, usually intermittent or intermittent, characterized by attacks of chills, fever, and sweating.
A belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others.
The structure of social relations within a group, usually the relations between its subgroups and institutions.
Social Organization
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