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  • n. Plural form of Kuki.

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Examples

  • The Kukis are a hill tribe who complain that they are dominated by both the Nagas and the Hindu Meiteis of the Imphal Valley, who dominate political and economic life in Manipur.

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  • Early migrants were known as Kukis, the second immigrants were called New Kukis, while Lushais were considered the last of migrants.

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  • Healthy examples of this lifestyle abound: certain hill-tribes in Cambodia let siblings have sex, and the Indian Kukis are pretty much up for anything!

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  • Briner adds, “With this kind of attitude, no Japanese player will ever win Wimbledon or the U.S. Open…Even more sadly, no Kukis or Kamiwasumis will be out there in the great international mix of players, bringing their own very special flavor, adding their own special perspective to the sport.”

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  • The various terrorist groups active there represent the diverse groups like Ahoms, Bodos, Kukis, Meitis and many, many others too numerous to mention.

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  • Kukis himself cites a recent United Nations report warning of a growing contingent of Muslim militants organized as a loose network of guerrilla forces throughout the Islamic world, some tied to al Qaeda, some merely inspired by it.

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  • The author told Kukis that bin Laden has reason to be delighted that America has turned up in the Philippines, in Yemen, in the east coast of Africa, in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, and in the heart of the Middle East.

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  • Among the Kukis and Zemis or Kacha Nagas of Assam parents drop their names after the birth of a child and are named Father and Mother of So-and-so.

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  • Kukis and Zemis or Kacha Nagas of Assam parents drop their names after the birth of a child and are named Father and Mother of

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  • There were Kukis, Tongkhuls, and Kupoës, and they seemed to my uninitiated eyes very alarming people indeed.

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