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Kuusik uskus, et volamaksete oiendamata jatmine voi nende maksmine ettenahtust vaiksemas mahus sunnib USA Kongressi tosiasjadele otsa vaatama ja moistma riikidevaheliste majandussuhete umberkorraldamise vajadust.
It is also important to note the four sacred stones left in Honolulu by four mahu (transgender or "two spirit") wizards visiting from Tahiti.
Nebnefer and Mahu were closely involved in the administration of the Estate of Ptah in Memphis, holding such titles as Steward of Ptah and Overseer of the Granary of the Lord of Truth.
Mahu has been trained by Dubai Police since he was a puppy.
Mahu hold a necessary role in the communal family and are usually not outcasts in Polynesian society.
It is focused on the worship of the god Mahu through a pantheon of 200 divinities, and practiced particularly in the countryeCOs south.
Five fiends have been in Poor Tom at once; of lust, as Obidcut; Hobbididence, prince of dumbness; Mahu, of stealing; Modo, of murder; Flibbertigibbet, of mopping and mowing; who since possesses chambermaids and waiting-women.
Ta vaidab, et isegi katse anda korralik ulevaade koikide nende linnade arheobotaanilisest andmestikust uletaks oma komplekssuses antud raamatu mahu.
Similarly, the xaniths of Oman in Islamic societies and the Tahitian mahu represent a third gender in their respective cultures.
You have, for example same sex dispositions in cultures as far apart as the Aztecs and the natives of the South Pacific where homosexual lovers both male and female thrived and were known as the mahu.
Editor: You might want to take a look at a book that recently came in here for review called The Grass Is Always Greener by Lutecia Mahu ("Distinguished Professor, Illinois State Community College at LeRoy").
The tomb of Mahu, chief of the Amarna police, has depictions of men running along roads (Davies 1906).