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Shoes

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Author(s): Gale R. Owen-Crocker | not-specified
See leather: garments and footwear. For raw hide shoes see hemming and rifeling. Other types of footwear include buskins; boots; slippers; and metal foot protection, which may be found under armour. Gale R. Owen-Crocker Not Specified Not Specified

List of Contributors

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Abby McKeon is J.D. candidate at the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, where she is a research fellow, member of the Student Management Board, and Symposium volunteer for ICLARS (International Center for Law and Religion Studies). She holds a bachelor’s degree in English and editing from Brigham Young. She has studied in Sienna, Italy, and has completed a legal internship in Frankfurt, Germany. Achilles C. Emilianides is a Professor and Head of the Department of Law of the University of Nicosia. He holds a Ph.D. in Law and an LL.M. in Histor…

Wallis and Futuna

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See France. Not Specified Bibliography  

Antarctica

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Index of Religious Traditions

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Aboriginal Spirituality Canada Adventism Anguilla; Barbados; Belize; Bolivia; Burundi; Chile; Croatia; Dominican Republic; Finland; Ghana; Hungary; Madagascar; United States Adventists reformists Russia African Inland Church Kenya African Methodist Episcopal Churches Barbados; Namibia African Nazarene denomination Kenya African religions Benin; Botswana; Burkina Faso; Cameroon; Congo, Democratic Republic of the; Jamaica; Kenya; Lesotho; Paraguay; Senegal; Somalia; Swaziland; Tanzania; Zimbabwe African traditional religions See African religions Afrikaans Re…

Palmyra Atoll

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South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

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See Former British Dependencies (British Antarctic Territory, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands). Not Specified Bibliography  

Christmas Island

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See Australian External Territories (Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos [Keeling] Islands, Norfolk Island). Not Specified Bibliography  

Heard Island and McDonald Islands

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Midway Islands

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Primary Sources I-VI

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Abhidānacintāmaṇi Hemacandra’s Abhidānacintāmaṇi: Ein systematisch angeordnetes sysnonymisches Lexikon, trans. O. Böthlingk & C. Rieu, St. Petersburg, 1847. Abhidharmakośa L’Abhidharmakośa de Vasubandhu: Traduction et annotations, trans. L. de la Vallée Poussin, Brussels, 1923–1931, repr. 1971.   Abhidharmakośa of Vasubandhu, Chapter I: Dhātunirdeśa, ed. Y. Ejima, Tokyo, 1989. Abhidharmakośa(bhāṣya) Abhidharmakośa(bhāṣya) of Vasubandhu, ed. P. Pradhan, Patna, 21975. Abhidharmakośavyākhyā Abhidharmakośavyākhyā of Yaśomitra, vol. I, ed. D. Shastri, V…

Personal Pronoun (Arabic Dialects)

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1. Independent personal pronouns The various paradigms may be grouped into three categories, according to types of dialects: Bedouin dialects, without geographical distinction, and sedentary dialects, both Eastern and Western. The forms of the independent personal pronouns for each of the three categories are given in Table 1. Table 1. Independent personal pronouns in three types of dialects: Bedouin (Rosenhouse 1984:17–18), Cairo (Jomier and Khouzam 1977:36), and Moroccan koine (Caubet 1993:I, 159) Free pronouns Bedouin Eastern sedentary Western sedentary 1 comm. sg. ani, ān…

Compounds

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i. Acronym-like constructions based on conventional religious expressions or formulae consisting of several elements usually not fully represented in the naḥt-construction, e.g. basmala < bi-smi l-lāhi ( r-raḥmāni r-raḥīm) ‘to say: in the name of Allah (the Beneficent, the Merciful)’; ḥawqala < lā ḥawla wa-lā quwwata ( ʾillā bi-llāh) ‘to say: there is neither might nor strength (save in Allah)’; ḥamdala < al-ḥamdu li-llāh ‘to say: praise be to Allah’; damʿaza < ʾadāma ( l-lāhu) ʿizzak ‘to say: may Allah preserve your glory!’ ii. Quadriliteral constructi…

Jussive

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West Sudanic Arabic

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1. Arabic of Chad, Cameroon, and Nigeria The Arabic of Chad, Cameroon, and Nigeria forms a broadly homogeneous dialect region characterized by a number of features either unique to Arabic dialects or found only rarely outside of the region (see Sec. 7). Within this homogeneity, at least two clear subdialects are discernible. In the southern fringe of the area, beginning in eastern Nigeria near the Cameroonian border and stretching through Cameroon and on to an as-yet-unresearched border in Chad is what…
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