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- proper n. a Bantu language of Tanzania
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The study, published in Human Nature by Monique Borgerhoff Mulder of the University of California-Davis, followed the lives and relationships of Pimbwe communities in Tanzania for 15 years.
Pimbwe men and women in Tanzania and the Western World.
In Natalie Angier’s article in the New York Times, “Skipping Spouse to Spouse Isn’t Just a Man’s Game,” the author makes a correlation between the Western world and the underdeveloped world in a recent study examining multiple relationship patterns of Pimbwe men and women in Tanzania and the Western World.