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Mendi, Papua New Guinea, is the provincial capital of the Southern Highlands Province.
- also known as 門迪
- part of Papua New Guinea
- Mendi a.k.a. Angal Language: Angal, or Mendi, is a Trans–New Guinea language complex of the Southern Highlands province of Papua New Guinea.
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- Mendi a.k.a. Kensiu Language: Kensiu is an Austro-Asiatic language of the Jahaic subbranch. It is spoken by a small community of 300 in Yala Province in southern Thailand and also reportedly by a community of approximately 300 speakers in Western Malaysia in Perak and Kedah States. Speakers of this language are Negritos who are known as the Mani people or Maniq of Thailand.
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Phrases with Mendi
- Thonius Mendi
- Hammenius Mendi
- Corticacarus Mendi
- Procorticacarus Mendi
- Species Thonius Mendi
- Species Hammenius Mendi
- Species Corticacarus Mendi
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African Affairs (1920)
Journal of the Royal African Society
Mendi is a Manes tongue, that influenced Gbandi, Gbese and Toma, and was itself incorporated into the ...
An Atlas of Distribution by John Ash, John Atkins, John D. Atkins
The old record from Mendi is a collected specimen in the natural history Museum at Tring, uK; the 1976 bird was seen at close range on a wide open plain between Au and Chiam.
The Mendi is a better carrier than the Timne, and is more cheerful though less prudent. Some very interesting plates are given, ten of which are double. Among them is shown a suspension bridge made of creepers, and a stone house in the ...
The Mask of War (1993)
Violence, Ritual, and the Self in Melanesia by Simon Harrison
Mendi is a society pervaded by gift-exchange relationships, but there are two quite distinct organisational frameworks in which the exchanges are carried out. Every adult, male or female, may have several dozen personal exchange partners ...
The Amistad had brought African slaves, kidnapped in April, from Lenboko in the Mendi country near Liberia. Fifty-three of these slaves were purchased by Jose Ruiz and Pedro Montes, and were re-embarked on the Amistad at Havana for ...
Y Hugh Goldie by Hugh Goldie
Mendi — , v., Mandi — , Prcforma- tive prefix. Plural of Andi, q. v. Mendinam, The doers, actors in the affair. Mendi- nyene, The proprietors. Men- diteme, The instructors, guides.
by Sir George Watt
Shudi, mihidi, mendi, Beng. ; Manghati, muljuydtiURlYA ; Mihndi, SANTAL j Bimri, Bhote; Mehndi. hinna, nakriae, panwdr Pb. ; Mehendi, Raj ; Mendi. SlND; Mhindi, minhdi, CP ; Mindi, mindht. Mar. ; Midi, mindi,Gvz.
by Rosenberg, Weisfelder
MENDI. See WORLD WARS. 'MESA-MOHLOANE (REGIMENT OF GRASSHOPPER ROASTERS). Following the defeat of the Basotho National Party (BNP) in the 1960 elections, Roman Catholic clergy helped to organize a group known as ...
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