- n. Plural form of tribe.
“Certain tribes from the shores of the North Sea which afterwards developed into the Anglo-Saxon race earned their freedom by remaining free.”
“A remarkable characteristic of all the mountain tribes is that they have almost no amusements; games I asked for vainly, and I never saw a dance but once.”
“The fact that a wife cannot be obtained without paying for her among the mountain tribes is one of the frequent causes of abduction.”
“Skenderbeg and Lek, they said, were related, therefore Mirdite women wear the black gjurdin in mourning for Skenderbeg, which in all other tribes is a man's garment only.”
“They were scattered thus over all the face of the earth in families, which we call tribes, and from wild tribes, becoming civilized and united they have become as nations.”
“James Mollison documented a spectrum of what he calls the "tribes" of attendees in his photography project and book”
“What God does for his tribes is according to the oaths of the tribes, according to what he has said and sworn to them; for he is faithful that has promised.”
“These were made by various tribes from the mid Atlantic indian nations to plains nations and even the nations of the american southwest and Mexico.”
“And my father's ancestors were real honest-to-goodness Bedouin tribes people, which had a similarly mystical/natural quality in my imagination.”
“Groups from different tribes from a broad region joined up into a single religiously Druze community in time periods known to written history.”
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