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- proper noun An
Indianpeople of Venezuelaand Brazil
- proper noun The
languagegroup of this people
- noun A member of this people
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I plan to revisit the controversy in light of what I have learned about evolutionary psychology, particularly through my reading of Jared Diamond's "The Third Chimpanzee" but want to start off by posting some excerpts from the fifth edition of Chagnon's "Yanomamo", a book that was titled "Yanomamo: the fierce people" in its initial publication in 1977.
If Tuillie's tool were to be the engine of his own destruction, I thought he'd have gotten gangrene after a candiru fish swam up his urethra on an ethnobotanical tour of the Amazon to consume rare psychoactives with the shamen of violent rainforest tribes like the Yanomamo.
In most traditional cultures the name they call themselves — Masaai, Yanomamo, whatever — that's the same word forhumanin their language.
The same for, say, Indonesia-to-Australia, or Yanomamo Indians vs.
The Yanomamo would solve these contentions with a spear through the thorax.
Seek the Sybil, get ouija bored, read tea leaves, enema droppings, cowpats and clouds, Yanomamo visions ... search the Hong Kong opium dens.
The Yanomamo would settle the contentiousness of this thread with a series of chest-pounding duels.
It's very likely that the Yanomamo - people thought of as living as their pre-contact ancestors did, some of the earth's last hunter-gatherers - are in fact closer to the holocaust survivors I mentioned earlier.
About a third of all male Yanomamo are victims of homicide.
"The Yanomamo would settle the contentiousness of this thread with a series of chest-pounding duels."
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